Interview with Emily on KTVB-Boise
Story about Emily’s ALA Presidential campaign by Natalie Shure, Jacobin magazine, April 5, 2022
Behind the News with Doug Henwood
March 24, 2022, Emily is interviewed by Doug Henwood in the second segment of Behind the News.
On March 9, 2022, Emily talked with the librarypunk podcast in “Madam President?” Get a taste of Emily’s advice on how to organize below and Listen to the full episode online.
On March 7, 2022, Emily was part of Steve’s interview with both ALA presidential candidates on the Circulating Ideas podcast. Listen online.
On February 25, 2022, Emily talked about libraries and her ALA presidential candidacy with Shawn, co-host of the Srsly Wrong podcast. Listen online.
Art for the End Times
On February 22, 2022, Emily joined Lyta Gold to talk about the necessity of a public library system. Listen through the embed below; transcript available at The Real News.
American Library Association Presidential and Treasurer Candidates Forum
On February 14, 2022, Emily participated in the ALA Candidates Forum.
American Libraries: Meet the Candidate
March 2022 issue of American Libraries features Emily’s platform for ALA voters to consider.
Beta Phi Mu Online Q&A Presentations
On February 14, 2022, a article by Amy Rea on “Library Workers Unite: Unionization Efforts Grow Across All Sectors” included extensive quotations from Emily. You can read the piece on Library Journal‘s website [paywall].
Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker
On January 28, 2022, Emily talked with Tim Heidecker about the importance of libraries and what she would do as ALA President.
Association of Jewish Libraries
On January 22, 2022, Emily talked with the leadership and members of the Association of Jewish Libraries as part of their conversations with ALA candidates
On the Media
On September 3, 2021, Emily joined On the Media producer Molly Schwartz and other librarians to talk about library classification systems in the segment “Bias in the Library.” You can listen to the segment or read the transcript on WNYC’s site.