Radical Reference

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Radical Reference began as part of the counter-protest against Republication National Convention in August 2004.  
 
Radical Reference began as part of the counter-protest against Republication National Convention in August 2004.  
  
(This should tell you that they are far to the left of the political spectrum (think MoveOn.org) and in no way represent the general library community. They will say they are for a more egalitarian society but will demonize you if you have a more conservative stance, calling every thing you stand for "hate' etc.) ''This is the opinion of one individual'' [[User:Meredith|Meredith]] 10:42, 7 November 2006 (EST)
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''(This should tell you that they are far to the left of the political spectrum (think MoveOn.org) and in no way represent the general library community. They will say they are for a more egalitarian society but will demonize you if you have a more conservative stance, calling every thing you stand for "hate' etc.)'' This is the opinion of one individual -[[User:Meredith|Meredith]] 10:42, 7 November 2006 (EST)
  
 
= Success Stories =  
 
= Success Stories =  

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Mission Statement: Radical Reference is a collective of volunteer library workers who believe in social justice and equality. We support activist communities, progressive organizations, and independent journalists by providing professional research support, education and access to information. We work in a collaborative virtual setting and are dedicated to information activism to foster a more egalitarian society. About Radical Reference

Radical Reference began as part of the counter-protest against Republication National Convention in August 2004.

(This should tell you that they are far to the left of the political spectrum (think MoveOn.org) and in no way represent the general library community. They will say they are for a more egalitarian society but will demonize you if you have a more conservative stance, calling every thing you stand for "hate' etc.) This is the opinion of one individual -Meredith 10:42, 7 November 2006 (EST)

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  • Radical Reference the website of a collective of library workers who provide radical reference services online and offline. The site also includes a blog with posts about radical reference.

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