“After 35 years, people still talk about how the magazine changed their lives. It’s a great legacy for Sherrill.” | Graphic treatment of an unidentified photo of Sherrill Cheda.
by September 1, 2008|
In 1973, Sherrill Cheda, Phyllis Yaffe and Barbara Clubb thought it was odd that most librarians were women, but most people who ran libraries were men. They decided to publish something that would take women seriously. In Emergency Librarian, lesbians, women with disabilities, and women of colour wrote articles and had their books reviewed. And library workers wrote about how to break the glass ceiling. Snap! read more
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