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Vol 33, No 1 (2014)

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Table of Contents

From the Editor

Introduction PDF
Kristi L. Palmer 4


Stepping Out on Faith: Lillian Haydon Childress Hall PDF
Michele T. Fenton 5-11
A Snapshot of Indiana’s Librarians Leading in Diversity Fellowship participants after the program has concluded. PDF
Rodney Edward Freeman 12-15
Witty Latina grandmas, silly skeletons, and birthday cakes: A library program focused on bilingual literacy PDF
Zaira R. Arvelo Alicea, Ileana Cortés Santiago, Luciana deOliveira 16-18
Slavic Treasures in the Midwest: The Lilly Library's Czech Literature and Manuscript Collections PDF
Lori Dekydtspotter 19-22
The Patriot Act a Decade Later: A Literature Review of Librarian Responses and Strategies PDF
Christopher Allen Shaffer 22-25

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ISSN: 2164-0475