Entries by Sam DiBella

BELIEVE at the Black Mamas Matter Alliance, Black Maternal Health Conference and Training Institute

At the Black Maternal Health Conference and Training Institute being held this fall by the Black Mamas Matter Alliance, Dr. Amelia Gibson and Dr. Jasmine L. Garland McKinney will be joining BELIEVE collaborators to present findings from surveys and interviews for developing a new Black maternal healthcare interprofessional medical training curriculum. The conference and training […]

4S/EASST Privacy-enhancing technologies: From solution to reconfiguration

Sam DiBella will be presenting his research into encryption technology as a sign of community membership “Pretty good privacy as free/open source software shibboleth” in the “Privacy-enhancing technologies: from solution to reconfiguration” panel at the 4S/EASST conference, July 16–19. The conference program and panel description are here.

May SMRLA Presentation

Amelia Gibson discussed her library research at the May 16 (10am) meeting of the Southern Maryland Regional Library Association.

NCAAL XII

On July 24–27 in New Orleans, Twanna Hodge will be presenting at the twelfth annual conference for the National Conference of African American Librarians, which has the theme “Culture Keepers XII: Unity in Diversity – Stronger Together in the African Diaspora.” The conference program will be posted here.

Redefining Wellness by Setting Realistic Expectations

Dr. Jasmine Garland McKinney presented “Redefining Wellness by Setting Realistic Expectations” as part of the UNC–Greensboro Trauma Informed and Culturally Responsive Wellness Workshop Series on April 11, 2024. You can download the program PDF here.

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Archives and Libraries 2024

Twanna Hodge will be presenting twice at the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Archives and Libraries (IDEAL) conference in Toronto, on July 14, 2024. The two panels are “Challenging ‘Racial Monolith Myths’ in the Library Profession Through Critical Race Theory: A Panel Discussion” and “We Got the Receipts: Navigating Reimbursement Culture in Academic Librarianship.” […]

Innovation in Systems of Postpartum Care

With other BELIEVE collaborators, Dr. Gibson published a chapter on the many social factors that contribute to good postpartum care in The Practical Playbook III: Working Together to Improve Maternal Health. You can find the collected volume here.