Posts Tagged as ‘advocacy’

May 6, 2015

Wanted: Bloggers

The Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF), of the American Library Association (ALA), is seeking bloggers! The OIF Blog is undergoing a few updates and we are taking this opportunity to increase the quality, quantity, and variety of the content we share. We are composing a volunteer group that will consist of several members that alternate responsibility […]

April 13, 2012

C2E2: ALA, OIF & librarians galore

ALA’s Tina Coleman has the scoop on ALA’s presence at this weekend’s C2E2 Comic Con in Chicago! If you’re going, make sure to say hi to the OIF pals at the ALA booth, get some Banned Books Week items, and attend OIF chief Barbara Jones session on censorship on Sunday morning:  ”¨”¨”¨Ban ’em, Burn ’em, […]

June 28, 2010

Lauren Myracle highlights Library Advocacy Day on the Hill

Young adult author (and great friend to OIF and the Freedom to Read Foundation) Lauren Myracle will be speaking at ALA’s Library Advocacy Day tomorrow (Tuesday, June 29) at 11:00 a.m. on the U.S. Capitol Grounds in Washington, DC. More than 1,000 librarians from across the country will defy the stereotype of their “quiet profession” […]