Tania M. Ríos Marrero is a community organizer and graduate student in the library and information science program at the University of Washington Information School. Her interests include the use of data, visualization, maps and storytelling in Caribbean digital scholarship. She was a 2021 Library of Congress Junior Fellow, and has facilitated workshops and presented her work at the intersection of libraries and community organizing at the Next Library Conference in Berlin, the University of Pennsylvania Climate Change, Resilience, Environmental Justice in Latin America and the Caribbean Conference, and the New Jersey State Library Leadership Academy. She is currently based in San Juan, Puerto Rico


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