Jody Bush was a Stanford graduate
with an MLS from the University of Washington. She became a dedicated /determined
activist in the Viet Name anti-war
movement, prison library services (and investigated by the FBI as a result),
community anti-racist coalitions and an ALA officer. Jody was Chief of Branch
Libraries in Providence, RI and retired as Deputy Director of the Berkeley,
CA Public Library.
A review of Jo Freeman's
personal story of a passionately involved young Cal student in At
Berkeley in the 60s; the
Education of an Activist.
London's War: A Traveler's
Guide to World War II. A
comprehensive and immensely readable guide through London's
wartime streets, memories and struggles.
A review of Love by Toni Morrison, a deliciously crafted,
magnificent, accessible novel which delves into the capriciousness