Bridging the Long Island Library Community
Libraries provide all communities members with a free, safe and warm space. This alone can be an asset to so many. Participants will be provided with the information and space to begin exploring ways their current services can be more responsive to those formerly incarcerated, new programs that can be introduced and ways to impact those currently held in custody. This workshop leads with a perspective of strength, anti-racism and the belief in serving all humans.
Elizabeth Munsky is an LGBTQIA+ Advocacy Consultant with over 10 years of LGBTQ+ advocacy, education, policy and program development experience. Elizabeth specializes in policy analysis and program development for local and city governmental agencies. Throughout her career she has assisted local public schools, tech industry leaders, small non-profits, local and city government agencies of all sizes, and everywhere in-between; all with the goal of pushing the needle of progress, support and affirmation for LGBTQIA+ people forward. Currently she works as the Executive Director of LGBTQIA+ Affairs at the New York City Department of Correction. As a self-defined educator and experiential learner, Elizabeth hopes that she can learn as much for those attending her workshops as they do from her.
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Professional Development Hours: 1.5 (.15 CEUs)
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Long Island Library Resources Council627 N. Sunrise Service RoadBellport NY, 11713Phone: (631) firstname.lastname@example.org
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