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  1. Urge Your Members of Congress to Support ESEA Reauthorization

    Week of Tuesday, November 10 Urge your members of Congress to support reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Now's your final chance to make an Everyday Advocacy difference that ensures all students have access to stron ...

    1035966 - 11/17/2015 - 10:58 - Everyday Advocacy

  2. Check Out the What's Up in Washington? Section of the EA Website

    Week of Tuesday, October 27 Check out the new  What's Up in Washington?  section of the Everyday Advocacy website. Everyday Advocacy is a grassroots effort that starts with the great things you're doing in your library community, but that doesn& ...

    1035966 - 11/10/2015 - 09:37 - Everyday Advocacy

  3. #EAChallenge (Fall 2015)

    It's not too late to get caught up with the inaugural Everyday Advocacy Challenge! Check out these prompts to help you get engaged and on track with Everyday Advocacy: October 20, 2015 (#EAChallenge Week 8) Read the October 2015 issue of Everyday Adv ...

    1035966 - 10/27/2015 - 12:45 - Everyday Advocacy

  4. Submit the Share Your Advocacy Story Webform

    Week of Tuesday, October 13 Submit the Share Your Advocacy Story webform. You've worked hard this fall to make the back-to-school season a prime Everyday Advocacy opportunity. Now it's time to show off your efforts! Submit the  Share Your Advoca ...

    1035966 - 10/20/2015 - 22:29 - Everyday Advocacy

  5. Make a Formal Request to Attend National Library Legislative Day

    Week of Tuesday, October 6 Make a formal request to attend National Library Legislative Day. From May 2-3, 2016, Everyday Advocates from around the country will gather in Washington, DC, to talk libraries and library-related issues with national legislato ...

    1035966 - 10/13/2015 - 08:17 - Everyday Advocacy

  6. Talk Up the Everyday Advocacy Initiative with a Colleague

    Week of Tuesday, September 29 Talk up the Everyday Advocacy initiative with a colleague. A big part Everyday Advocacy is connecting with community stakeholders, but don't forget about some of your biggest allies—your very own colleagues. This week, s ...

    1035966 - 10/06/2015 - 08:04 - Everyday Advocacy

  7. Advocacy Button Tip Sheet

    Tell 'em how you're creating a better future for children through libraries! As part of the Everyday Advocacy campaign, the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) gave away buttons with a call to action between January and June of 20 ...

    1035966 - 02/29/2016 - 15:13 - Everyday Advocacy

  8. Write or Call Your Elected Officials

    Week of Tuesday, September 22 Write or call your elected officials to talk about your work at the library. At the local, state, and national levels, we all have elected officials who want to hear from their constituents. Those constituents include you! Th ...

    1035966 - 09/29/2015 - 10:43 - Everyday Advocacy

  9. Send an E-mail to a New or Existing Contact

    Week of Tuesday, September 15 Send an e-mail to a new or existing contact at a local school or community-based organization. Everyday Advocacy is all about building relationships, so forge a new one or kindle an existing one this week! Identify a contact ...

    1035966 - 09/22/2015 - 09:16 - Everyday Advocacy

  10. Write an Elevator Speech Using Value-Based Language

    Week of Tuesday, September 8 Write an elevator speech using value-based language. Now that you've clarified your Everyday Advocacy role with your supervisor, it's time to make sure you can talk the talk! Use  value-based language (VBL) to write ...

    1035966 - 09/15/2015 - 08:11 - Everyday Advocacy