Posts Tagged as ‘Judith Krug’

October 13, 2009

FTRF 40th Anniversary Gala video & photos

Photos from the Freedom to Read Foundation’s 40th Anniversary Gala are now on the FTRF website, and the video has been posted to OIF’s Blip TV page.  The Gala was a marvelous event that raised tens of thousands of dollars to support the work of the Foundation.  Many thanks to the sponsors and volunteers for […]

July 10, 2009

Friday IF Activites @ Conference

Here are some intellectual freedom-related activities happening on Friday, July 10, 2009 at the ALA Annual Conference in Chicago: 1:30 – 5:00 p.m. IFRT I Hyatt Regency Chicago (on Wacker – not McCormick Place) Columbus Hall H **The first of 2 business meetings of the Intellectual Freedom Round Table, one of the best avenues for […]

May 21, 2009

Dozens of state/regional chapters pass resolutions honoring Judith Krug

At least 35 ALA state and regional chapters have passed resolutions saluting “the life and legacy” of Judith F. Krug, founding director of the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom. The resolutions detail her extensive accomplishments and multitude of awards, and make special note of the “practical assistance and unstinting support” Judith provided to librarians facing […]

May 7, 2009

Memorial video to Judith Krug

This is a wonderful tribute video to Judith Krug, prepared by Greg Landgraf of American Libraries.