Your Name and Title:

Ricardo M Ramírez - Bilingual Outreach Librarian

Library, School, or Organization Name:

Sacramento Public Library

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Can Foster - Youth Director at Sol Collective
Benwar Shepard - Executive Director at Bigger Than Us Arts Education & Director of Education for Department of Sound

Area of the World from Which You Will Present:

Sacramento, California, United States of America

Language in Which You Will Present:


Target Audience(s):

Librarians and community based organizations that are interested in growing strategies for equitable, diverse, and media skill building e-learning programming.

Short Session Description (one line):

Indigenous, Black and Latinx Community Centered Virtual Programming and Digital Equity

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):

Ricardo M. Ramírez, the Bilingual Outreach Librarian for Sacramento Public Library,  Can Foster, Youth Director for Sol Collective, and Benwar Shepard, Director of Education for Department of Sound and Executive Director of Bigger Than Us Education, will present about the engagement and process of collaborating on programming and initiatives between the library and various community based organizations that represent an intersection of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx communities in Sacramento County. This panel will share some of the results and learning opportunities that have come from embracing diversity and inclusivity in programming that is related to eLearning, social justice, urban digital literacy and equity, creative self expression, youth empowerment, and community wellness.

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