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New Ideas for Connecting with 112th Congress Legislators: New Messages, Traditional Tactics [webinar announcement]

Perhaps you’ve seen that the recently released President’s budget proposes a $20 million cut to the IMLS program as well as consolidating the Improving School Literacy through Libraries program into other literacy efforts, meaning that school libraries will face much higher competition for much fewer funds.  Clearly, this budget cycle brings…

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How One Advocacy Action Per Month Can Change the World [webinar video]

How One Advocacy Action Per Month Can Change the World from ALA Washington on Vimeo.  In this session, we look at one simple action you can take each month to get elected officials not only to understand library issues, but to actually do something about them. Slide deck from webinar…

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Rural Libraries: Beefing up the Funds [webinar video]

Rural Libraries: Beefing up the Funds from ALA Washington on Vimeo. Cheryl Cook, the Rural Development Deputy Under Secretary of Agriculture; Carla Anderson, the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of e-Copernicus, a Washington consulting firm expert in broadband; and Kevin Cherry, Senior Program Officer for the Institute of…

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How One Advocacy Action Per Month Can Change the World! [webinar announcement]

Frankly, it’s sometimes all we can do to manage the work of our library while providing the quality service we must give to our community. So the idea of adding advocacy activity to your long “to do” list might seem a little overwhelming. In this interactive online session, we’ll look…

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ALA Washington Office Webinar: How One Advocacy Action Per Month Can Change the World!

Frankly, it’s sometimes all we can do to manage the work of our library while providing the quality service we must give to our community.  So the idea of adding advocacy activity to your long “to do” list might seem a little overwhelming. In this interactive online session, we’ll look…

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