Librarians are radical positive change agents that choose to make a difference. From Alexandria to Ferguson there are many examples of active librarianship. This chapter covers these ideas as well as basic terminology such as “radical,” “member,” and community. The relationship between the field guide and the Atlas of New Librarianship is discussed.
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