Tag Archives: National Library Legislative Day

Join us for Virtual Library Legislative Day

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For months, you’ve heard us talking about National Library Legislative Day 2015. Maybe you’ve made the decision to join us (hooray!) or perhaps you are planning to cheer us on from home. If you can’t make it to Washington, D.C., in person this year, please join us for Virtual Library Legislative Day 2015, led by United for Libraries and ALA’s ... Read More »

California library advocate receives WHCLIST Award

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This week, the American Library Association (ALA) Washington Office announced that Mas’ood Cajee, a library advocate from Stockton, Calif., is the winner of the 2015 White House Conference on Library and Information Services (WHCLIST) Award. Given to a non-librarian participant attending National Library Legislative Day, the award covers hotel fees and includes $300 stipend to defray the cost of attending ... Read More »

The Washington Pest: National Library Legislative Day news

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SCOOP!  ALA Washington Office Encourages Inter-Chapter Fight Washington, DC – the ALA Washington Office has confirmed that it’s actively pitting state chapter against state chapter in the run up to National Library Legislative Day 2015 (NLLD). In the latest in a record-shattering string of 4,268 reminders about the event, held on May 4 – 5 in the nation’s capital, the ... Read More »

Upcoming National Library Legislative Day deadlines


National Library Legislative Day is May 4-5, 2015 and it will be here soon. Here are a few dates you should know: March 31st is the last day to receive the discount rate available at the Liaison Hotel as part of our room block. April 1st is the last day we are accepting nominations for the WHCLIST award. April 24th ... Read More »