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Amber Matthews

Amber Mathews is a Library and Information Science (LIS) doctoral student at Western University and holds a master’s degree in LIS. Her research examines systemic racism in public libraries and its impacts on racialized youth in Canada. It is grounded in an anti-oppression methodologies, specifically anti-racism, and suggests that failing to account for race and redress systemic power relationships denies historical imbalances of power and entrenches systemic racism. Amber has contributed the three-part series Theory into practice: Moving from systemic racism to anti-racism in Ontario public libraries:

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