Josey, E. J., & DeLoach, M., Eds. (2000). Handbook of Black librarianship. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow.

This landmark work treats diversity, African Americans in librarianship and in library education, issues related to technology, and library services to African American populations. “Of special interest is the section on African American resources, which covers archival and fugitive literature, library holdings, literature, oral history programs, and museums, with several chapters on awards.” Rutgers Professor Mark Winston’s chapter, “Establishing African American Collections” is particularly valuable.

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