47 minutes | Mar 1, 2021

Women Making History

We're showcasing women's history in gaming, leadership, and writing in this month's episode of Using our Library Voices.  Our librarians explore a bit of the history and controversy behind Gamergate, meet children's book author Dr. Raquel Ortiz, and learn about the women-led Craftivism movement within Maker Spaces.  You can find Dr. Raquel Ortiz's books here and please join us for our bilingual virtual program this month on Facebook  or on our virtual programs website www.hcpl.net/services/virtualprograms Craftivism Books mentioned in this podcast:Fesity Felties by Missy CovingtonBe the Change by Eunice and Sabrina MoyleCrafting the Resistance by Lara Neel and Heather Marano Special thank you to our guest: Raquel OrtizLearn more about her here: Arte Publico PressSofi Paints Her Dreams teaching guide: Sofi-Paints-Her-Dreams_4-08-19.pdf (artepublicopress.com)Featured staff in this episode include: Elizabeth Burton, Darcy Casavant, Nicole Hindmon,Jennifer Finch, Ellen Kaluza, Lauren Peters, Rebbeca Trent, and Sadina ShawverThis episode was hosted by Ellen Kaluza and was edited by  Nicole Hindmon and Beth Kripple
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