Tag Archives: Virtual Library Legislative Day

How to participate in #NLLD17 from home

Attendees at National Library Legislative Day 2016 in the reception photobooth

As library supporters from across the United States prepare to go to Washington, D.C. to participate in National Library Legislative Day, don’t forget that you can participate from home! All week long (May 1-5th), we’re asking library supporters to email, call, and tweet their Members of Congress about federal library funding and other key library issues. Register now, and you will ... Read More »

Librarians, you have been challenged!

As part of National Library Legislative Day 2016 (NLLD), we are offering library advocates unable to attend in person the chance to participate through Virtual Library Legislative Day (VLLD)! This year, we’re teaming up with the Harry Potter Alliance (HPA) to help expand our efforts and take advantage of the momentum started by the nearly 400 library supporters who plan ... Read More »

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 »

Library Advocates Gathered in Washington for 38th Annual National Library Legislative Day

More than 350 librarians and library supporters from across the country converged in Washington, D.C. from April 23—24, 2012, to meet with members of Congress to discuss key library issues during the American Library Association’s 38th annual National Library Legislative Day. The event focused on supporting federal funding for the national libraries. The ALA had over 300 advocacy messages sent ... Read More »