In response to the upheaval surrounding the killing of George Floyd and resulting worldwide protests against racism, ALA has collaborated with the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) Committee to develop roundtables to facilitate discussion and learning among our members. They are modeled after
the COVID-19 roundtables found here
On-demand: More on the Ongoing Social Unrest in America
Originally aired July 10
This roundtable was facilitated by DEIA Committee Vice Chair Ellen R. Clinton, SHRM-SCP, and DEIA Committee member Shirley Laboy.
On-demand: Ongoing Social Unrest in America
Originally aired June 26
Thanks to the overwhelmingly positive feedback received from attendees of the June 12 roundtable (see below), ALA is excited to continue the conversation. On Friday, June 26, we hosted another roundtable about the ongoing social unrest in America. This
open discussion was facilitated by Roger A. Meertins, SPHR, and Chassidy C. Deckard, SHRM-CP, of ALA’s DEIA Committee.
On-demand: The Social Unrest in America
Originally aired June 12
This roundtable was facilitated by Chair Jessica Mazzeo and the rest of the DEIA Committee.