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Offered by California Librarians Black Caucus-Greater Los Angeles Chapter
The Eunice J. H. Parker Scholarship Award pays tribute to the remarkable woman who established the CLBC Northern Chapter and devoted her life to its cause. This scholarship aims to empower Black students pursuing advanced degrees in library and information studies by providing financial assistance and encouragement. Join the CLBC in honoring Eunice J. H. Parker’s legacy and advancing diversity in the field of library science.
The California Librarians Black Caucus is a statewide organization with branches in northern and southern California. This organization was established in 1972 to eradicate inequities facing African Americans in the library workplace; to function in the state of California as an ombudsman for African American communities regarding the provision of library and information services; to promote and promulgate literature and information by and about African Americans; to evaluate and contact publishers regarding the quality of published materials by and about African Americans; and to challenge libraries statewide to provide maximum access to such materials.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
Library and Information Sciences
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Letter of Recommendation
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