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RICHMOND March, 2020 —The Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL) is pleased to recognize Sarah Dupont of the University of British Columbia with its 2020 Outstanding Contribution Award. This award, which may be given annually to an individual or team working in a member library, recognizes exemplary contributions to the consortium. These contributions should enhance service in multiple COPPUL libraries and have an impact throughout the region.
In response to recent world events, the COPPUL Indigenous Knowledge Standing Committee and Deborah Lee, IK Coordinator, are pleased to host the following webinar on July 08 at 10 am PDT; 11 am MDT; noon CDT; and 1:00 pm EDT
How do race and racism matter in our educational institutions, including libraries? What are the discourses that uphold inequality? What are some limits of current educational practices? How can non-Indigenous people advocate for Indigenous education?