Tag: Merritt Fund
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Sharing my Censorship Story: Five Years Later
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.
American Libraries covers the Merritt Fund
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 […]
Last chance to get tickets to the Merritt Fund 40th Anniversary Gala!
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 […]
Merritt Fund 40th Anniversary Gala – Tickets on sale now!
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 […]
Intellectual Freedom 101, this Friday at ALA Conference
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 […]
Become a fan of the Merritt Fund on Facebook!
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 […]