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Race Forward is home to the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE ), it also publishes the daily news site Colorlines and presents Facing Race, the country’s largest multiracial conference on racial justice.
The ALA Office for Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services (ODLOS) supports library and information science workers in creating responsible and all-inclusive spaces that serve and represent the entire community.
An affiliate of the American Library Association (ALA), the American Indian Library Association is a membership action group that addresses the library-related needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
APALA is organized and founded by librarians of diverse Asian and Pacific ancestries committed to working together toward a common goal: to create an organization that would address the needs of Asian Pacific American librarians and those who serve Asian Pacific American communities.
"ASGCLA focuses on providing a voice and advocating for libraries serving populations that are underserved such as those with sensory, physical, health or behavioral conditions, those who are incarcerated or detained and more."
The Black Caucus of the American Library Association serves as an advocate for the development, promotion, and improvement of library services and resources to the nation's African American community; and provides leadership for the recruitment and professional development of African American librarians.
As one of the major ALA affiliated associations, CALA is the only professional organization in North America that 1) promotes better communication among Chinese American librarians; 2) serves as a forum for the discussion of mutual problems and professional concerns among Chinese American librarians; and 3) promotes the development of Chinese and American librarianship with scholarships and grants.
Established in 1971 as an affiliate of the American Library Association (ALA), REFORMA actively promotes the development of Spanish-language and Latino-oriented library collections, the recruitment of bilingual, multicultural library personnel, promotion of public awareness of libraries and librarianship among Latinos and advocacy on behalf of the information needs of the Latino community.