Join Que(e)ry on Sunday evening following the GLBTRT Social at ALA Midwinter 2017, for continued librarian camaraderie, drinks, ping pong, music, and brainstorming for another great Que(e)ry event at ALA Annual 2017 in Chicago!
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Sister Louisa’s Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium, 466 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta.
21+; ATMs on site; gender-neutral restrooms.
Free, but we will accept free-will donations at the party to support:
Southerners on New Ground and Charis Books and More Bookstore
Transit: Just north of the MLK Marta Station, South of the Inman Park Marta Station
We also hope you’ll march with us and hundreds of other library workers in the Atlanta March for Social Justice and Women on Saturday, January 21!
The march begins at the Center for Civil and Human Rights at 1:00pm and ends at the Georgia State Capitol Building at approximately 5:00pm.
10:30-12:15: March for Social Justice and Women Poster Making, Convention Center, Hall A3; ALA is providing limited supplies, so bring your own if you can!
12:15pm: Group travel from Convention Center Hall A3 to March beginning point at Center for Civil and Human Rights.
More details here.
Here are some other happenings at ALA:
Saturday, January 21:
8:30am-12:00pm: GLBTRT Executive Board Meeting, Westin Piedmont 5
1-2:30pm: Coalition & Resource Sharing: Using the June is GLBT Book Month campaign to build advocacy and relationships, Convention Center B406
6-8pm: Feminist Task Force (ALA SRRT) Reception at Charis Books
Sunday, January 22:
6-8pm: GLBTRT Social, Center for Civil and Human Rights
And here are some local Atlanta organizations, collections, etc. to visit, and support:
Center for Civil and Human Rights
Gender and Sexuality Oral History Project, Georgia State University
Georgia LGBTQ Archives Project
LGBT Collections, Emory University
Health Initiative, Georgia’s Voice for LGBTQ Health
See you soon!