Help support the American Library Association's 2011 National Library Legislative Day.
For more than 30 years, NLLD has been a driving force in federal library advocacy. Each year, more than 500 librarians travel to Washington, D.C., where they receive training and briefings to prepare for meetings with their members of Congress. Many continue their advocacy activities when they return home by attending town hall meetings and by meeting with their representatives at local events.
We need to make sure libraries have the voices they need and deserve in Congress.
Your contribution remains extremely important to the success of NLLD and helps defray the cost of this crucial event. Organizations and individuals who contribute will be listed as a sponsor on the ALA Web site and in folders distributed to Members of Congress.
For information on how to contribute, contact Kristin Murphy.