The California Librarians Black Caucus celebrates 50 years of leadership in the library and information science profession, and providing services to communities of African descent and other peoples in the state of California. In recognition of this achievement, this organization was honored with a citation of acknowledgement presented at the 2022 annual conference of the…
The California Librarians Black Caucus is a statewide organization, established in 1972, to eradicate inequities facing African Americans in the library workplace.
CLBC is an independent organization, not affiliated directly with the American Library Association or the California Library Association. While our members may be affiliated with other professional organizations, our focus is expanding local interests in our profession and expanding opportunities to enhance our professional image.
In January 2014, we voted to reestablish our affiliate status with the Black Caucus of the American Library Association.
Two scholarships are awarded to library and information science students. The Louise Moses / Agnes Davis Memorial Scholarship recognizes two revered colleagues, charter members and continual supporters of CLBC: Louise […]
Our focus is expanding local interest in our ever-changing and evolving profession.Benefits of Membership CLBC’s officers and committee chairs provide professional and organizational experience through their efforts. Liaison with other […]