Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Meet-ups

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Meet-ups

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

MentorNJ is pleased to announce that Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Meet-ups will be added to our roster of Online Meet-ups beginning this fall. As EDI initiatives continue to grow throughout our field, we’re excited to be able to offer this opportunity for library workers from traditionally marginalized populations to come together and share their own unique experiences and perspectives without judgement or expectation. With no set topic or agenda, these Meet-ups are your chance to discuss what matters to you and your community. EDI Meet-ups will be open to both members of the specific population named in the Meet-up topic, and allies of that group; library workers from all library types are welcome. These Meet-ups are offered in partnership with NJLA’s Library Workers of Color and Diversity & Outreach sections, LibraryLinkNJ, and The New Jersey State Library.

Our EDI meet-up series will kick off with a webinar presented by international leadership and EDI consultant Dima Ghawi. 

Our first EDI Online Meet-up will be the Asian/Pacific Islander Meet-up, please see details below:

  • Friday, November 12, 2021 at 10:00-11:00AM
  • Discussion Leaders: Jennie Pu, Hoboken Public Library and Mimi Hui, Hasbrouck Heights Public Library

As with all MentorNJ Meet-ups, registration is not required and Zoom information will be shared the week of the event via emails from MentorNJ and our partnering organizations. Hope you can join us in this open and informal conversation!

If you would like to see an EDI topic added to the Meet-up roster, please reach out to our team! We are excited to be able to offer Meet-ups for everyone in the library community, and we look forward to helping you bring your suggestions for EDI Meet-up topics to life. Please reach out to us via the MentorNJ Feedback Form to suggest a topic.


Since 2015
MentorNJ - Linking Library Staff Statewide
is funded by the New Jersey State Library & LibraryLinkNJ.
It is co-sponsored by New Jersey Library Association (NJLA) Professional Development Committee
& Leadership and Education Subcommittee.