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Intellectual Freedom News

April 21, 2016

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  • Webinar: Dear Representative. April 22, 11:00am CST. Navigating government offices and officials can be complicated and incredibly overwhelming. But it is important. Speakers, Lisa Lindle, Grassroots Communications Specialist of the Office of Government Relations and Deborah Caldwell Stone, Deputy Director of the Office for Intellectual Freedom will make the process easy and accessible. This webinar is in partnership with the Office for Library Advocacy, Chapter Relations Office, and United for Libraries who collaborate for National Library Legislative Day. #nlld16
  • Top Ten Most Challenged Books of 2015 (video)
  • Choose Privacy Week May 1-7, 2016 (Has your library or school planned a Choose Privacy Week event?  Please share the details by emailing and we will add it to our listing of 2016 Choose Privacy Week events.)




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