Photo: Stephen Lane, a former Indianapolis Public Library worker and current member of the Board of Trustees, delivers a presentation on the history of racism…
Ignorant of basic library operations, unqualified and illegitimate CEO reads from a script.
Workers forced illegitimate CEO Hill to hire additional children’s librarians, but the return of John Helling shows nothing is fundamentally changing.
IndyPL Board President Hope Tribble’s invocation of the fascists “running trains on time” as a praiseworthy comparison is yet another disqualifying moment.
Learn about and collectively discuss the past, present, and future of the struggle for a truly public library!
Dr. White doesn’t care if we trust him, reminding the community that we are all we have!
The reasons given by Jose Salinas and Hope Tribble of the Indianapolis Public Library Board for their antidemocratic decisions in the CEO search are misleading and self-contradicting, and they continue to change in a flagrant and desperate effort to avoid giving Hayes the job.
After a heated battle, the community forces Morley out. But the struggle for Hayes continues.
Current interim CEO Hayes, who rose through IndyPL’s ranks, emerged as the clear and only choice for CEO.
Michael Torres’s reflections one year after his union and the Indy Liberation Center won their struggle to kick out CEO Nytes.