The Librarian (Part 2) — Ep. 12

Keri McCaffrey is an academic librarian who works at UPEI’s Robertson Library in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Keri is back today to get into the political side of who controls access to information.

We talk about anti-racism, the true power of knowledge, and how the library model could be adopted by other industries.

Make sure to listen to this week’s Progress Report where I discuss how I’ve been adjusting my approach to P.E.I. journalism.

You can follow the Robertson Library on Instagram @robertsonlibrary.

Keri also requested that I mention BIPOC USHR as an organization to check out.  That stands for black and indigenous people of color united for strength home relationship.   They can be consulted for resources and help with anti-racist training.   Follow them on Instagram @bipoc.ushr, on Twitter @BIPOCUSHR, and at

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