New York Black Librarians' Caucus
THE NEW YORK BLACK LIBRARIAN’S CAUCUS (NYBLC) is a collection of professionals, who believe that they are the “culture keepers” of history, tradition and community. We represent the library community’s collective interests. The Caucus works to expand professional, economic and networking opportunities for librarians, library support staff, board of trustees, institutions and those that love libraries.
By joining the Caucus, you will be united with professional men and women, who together ignite a powerful torch of strength, enthusiasm and imagination. NYBLC offers scholarships, books awards, and a host of services provided for Caucus members including programs, job listings, and so much more. You can benefit tremendously from the numerous executive offices, committees, presentations, and professional development workshops.
I encourage you to support this dynamic organization through membership and discover the many benefits your participation will reap for you and the community.
The CAUCUS needs your support and energetic involvement as we continue working to make progress in the library community.Together we will make a difference.
Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming events sponored by the NYBLC!
Rebecca Rodd, 26, is an aspiring librarian from Huntington Station, New York. She is a graduate of Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in English, and is currently in her last semester of Queen’s College’s MLIS program. As a librarian, Rebecca hopes to build upon minority representation within libraries and create ways of uplifting minority communities. Rebecca has experience working in public health, as a result of her years interning at the CDC, and also holds managerial experience. She has spent time volunteering at the Queens Public Library’s Central branch. Her greatest passion lies in serving the community and showing others the benefits of reading and literacy. In her free time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her family, photography, watching reruns of Criminal Minds, and of course, reading.