Library Advocates

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The American Library Association's Washington Office tumblr. We post about federal policies that affect libraries, including copyright, privacy and access. We also post about ebooks and, admittedly, the occasional library fluff.

Library Advocates

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Sep 23

heyboobooks:

This awesome poster is a free download from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and it’s especially great considering this year’s focus on comics and graphic novels that have been challenged.

Share widely, friends!

heyboobooks:

This awesome poster is a free download from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and it’s especially great considering this year’s focus on comics and graphic novels that have been challenged.

Share widely, friends!


Sep 22

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Sep 18

On September 23rd, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Institute for Museum and Library Services will offer a free webinar on financial literacy. This session has limited space so please register quickly.

On September 23rd, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Institute for Museum and Library Services will offer a free webinar on financial literacy. This session has limited space so please register quickly.


On Wednesday, the American Library Association and more than 70 other civil liberties organizations, major technology companies and trade associations sent a strong joint letter to the leaders of the House and Senate calling for the soonest possible vote on bills to update the woefully outdated and inadequate Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

On Wednesday, the American Library Association and more than 70 other civil liberties organizations, major technology companies and trade associations sent a strong joint letter to the leaders of the House and Senate calling for the soonest possible vote on bills to update the woefully outdated and inadequate Electronic Communications Privacy Act.


Sep 17

Well, yes, almost any month could be “FCC month” with the number of proceedings that affect libraries and our communities, but September has been particularly busy.

Well, yes, almost any month could be “FCC month” with the number of proceedings that affect libraries and our communities, but September has been particularly busy.


meaghan:

The finished sign for Banned Books Week at dcpubliclibrary

meaghan:

The finished sign for Banned Books Week at dcpubliclibrary

(via thedigitallibrarian)


Sep 16