Find out which banned character Kristin Anderson, IFRT Director-at-Large would meet.
The Intellectual Freedom Round Table (IFRT) is accepting nominations for the 2021 John Phillip Immroth Memorial Award. The award consists of a citation and $500.
Do you know a great candidate or organization that has championed intellectual freedom causes in our profession and/or communities? Recognize their contributions by nominating them for Intellectual Freedom Round Table’s prestigious awards.
It is interesting to think which cases, causes and decisions we give our attention to and follow today will be textbook in the future. The events of this year that cause our conference to be canceled are epic and will be written about as a force of nature.
Intellectual Freedom Round Table (IFRT) invites you to get to meet its 2020 Executive Board Nominees. Learn more about the nominees, their favorite banned characters, what they enjoy most about being involved with Intellectual Freedom Round Table and which Intellectual Freedom they hope to champion this year.
From these news stories, you can find many librarians and IF advocates responding courageously to these anti-intellectual freedom occurrences. From this, consider nominating an individual, group, or book for an intellectual freedom award from the American Library Association (ALA).
A report on a couple of Intellectual Freedom panels at American Library Association’s Annual Conference
So many great intellectual freedom and privacy events during ALA Annual Conference in Washington D.C. You won’t want to miss a single minute.
Join the Office for Intellectual Freedom in New Orleans for intellectual freedom and privacy discussions and programs. Don’t hesitate to snag us for any questions!
Guest post by Isabel Klein, a member of the Intellectual Freedom Round Table’s (IFRT) Coalition Building Committee. Charged with recognizing effective coalition building in state chapters and promoting the necessary framework to fight censorship at the ground level, IFRT has profiled Erin Kennedy, the chair of Idaho Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Committee.