Information for Social Change is a biannual journal from England that examines \"issues of freedom, censorship, and ethics amongst library and information workers\" and challenges \"dominant paradigms.\"
Issue number 11, on the web in its entirety, focuses on the issue of racism in library services. The Table of Contents is as follows:
- Editorial: Combating racism in library and information services. Shiraz Durrani
- Using CRE standard to combat racism in library services. Susan White
- Response to Diversity. Glennor L. Shirley
- On Combating Racism In Academic Librarianship. Sterling Coleman
- Views from Britain: Case Studies And Comments.
- The Quality Leaders Project: Conference Report. John Vincent
- Knowing my Place. Beckford, H
- Bring on the thought police: freedom of expression and the press in South Africa. Christopher Merrett
- Meeting information needs for 1992 and beyond. John Vincent
- Book Review: Stop Talking Start Doing! Attracting People of Color to the Library Profession. Reviewed by Ayub Khan
- Minority Ethnic issues in social exclusion - Merton responds.