My goal is to share my story and shake off a little of that remaining fear, and to encourage others in my position to keep moving forward in support of the intellectual freedom rights of all members of a school community. I have a right to tell my story, and you have a right to tell yours.
Check out this American Libraries article about a recent grant given by the LeRoy C. Merritt Humanitarian Fund to a Nebraska librarian. Too many librarians still don’t know about the […]
Tomorrow is the last chance to buy your ticket for the LeRoy C. Merritt Fund’s 40th Anniversary Gala. The event is Monday, June 28, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Folger […]
The Leroy C. Merritt Humanitarian Fund, founded in 1970 to help librarians who have been denied employment rights because of their defense of intellectual freedom or because of discrimination, is […]
We invite all those who are new to ALA’s Annual Conference, to librarianship, to ALA itself, or to the world of Intellectual Freedom to attend the following session: Intellectual Freedom […]
The LeRoy C. Merritt Fund has a new Facebook fan page. Just go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/Leroy-C-Merritt-Humanitarian-Fund/91810073729?ref=mf and become a fan – and encourage your friends to become fans, too! Help us […]