There are 2 webinars organised by the ACRL Instruction Section’s Instruction for Diverse Populations Committee and the Library Marketing and Outreach Interest Group: Instruction and Outreach for Diverse Populations: Native/Indigenous Librarians and Students. Part 1 is on February 28th 202 at 11am US Pacific time, 2pm US Eastern time, which is e.g. 7pm UK time and the 2nd part on May 21st 2020 at the same times of day. As far as I can see, it is free to register. "Part 1 of this series will introduce the work of Native librarians working in different types of academic libraries, and the information needs of Native American/Indigenous students in higher education. Part 2 will share the specifics of our speakers’ work with Native/Indigenous students, with a focus on instruction and outreach." Speakers include: Naomi Bishop (Akimel O’otham Pima, Gila River Indian Community, Health Sciences Librarian, University of Arizona, College of Medicine-Phoenix); Kevin Brown (Diné Nation from Chinle, Arizona, Program Specialist, Indigenous Nations Library Program, College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences, University of New Mexico); Carrie Cornelius (Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin & Prairie Band Potawatomi, Acting Supervisory Librarian, Haskell Indian Nations University).
Register for Part 1 at https://ala-events.zoom.us/meeting/register/upQsceigrDgtHPCgyHwBm5jbklWo1rRVBA
Register for Part 2 at https://ala-events.zoom.us/meeting/register/uJwsdeiqrT4oR0HBLtHnbAjTRjYs83g_dA