FIFTH DRAFT: Librarianship and Traditional Cultural Expressions: Nurturing Understanding and Respect

The document below represents the fifth draft of library principles concerning the management and protection of traditional cultural expressions. Feedback is appreciated, either by writing in the comments section or sending an email to crussell [AT] alawash [DOT] org.

Librarianship and Traditional Cultural Expressions: Nurturing Understanding and Respect – Draft 5 (PDF)

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One Comment on “FIFTH DRAFT: Librarianship and Traditional Cultural Expressions: Nurturing Understanding and Respect

  1. This is the type of leadership that we have come to expect out of the American Library Association. The American Association for State and Local History adopted similar (but more specific) statements of respect, inclusion, and obligation in revising its Statement of Professional Ethics in 2002. I look forward to the American Association of Museums, and the various anthropological and archaeological organizations adopting similar statements and values.–David Crosson, Executive Director, California Historical Society


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