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  1. Volunteer to Take the Everyday Advocacy Challenge!

    Week of Tuesday, July 21 Volunteer to take the Everyday Advocacy Challenge! Looking for a great way to activate your inner Everyday Advocate and motivate your colleagues to do the same? Then volunteer to be a part of our very first Everyday Advocacy Chall ...

    1035966 - 07/28/2015 - 07:57 - Everyday Advocacy

  2. June 2015

    Want to get caught up on previous Take Action Tuesday challenges? Check out the links below for all the details on what you may have missed! June 23, 2015 Submit content for the July 2015 issue of Everyday Advocacy Matters June 16, 2015 Plan to attend the ...

    1035966 - 07/21/2015 - 07:39 - Everyday Advocacy

  3. May 2015

    Want to get caught up on previous Take Action Tuesday challenges? Check out the links below for all the details on what you may have missed! May 26, 2015 Invite local leaders to be part of your summer programming May 19, 2015 Urge your U.S. Senators to su ...

    1035966 - 07/21/2015 - 07:36 - Everyday Advocacy

  4. Take Action Tuesday Blog

    Be a superhero every week with Take Action Tuesday! Welcome to the Take Action Tuesday blog, a collection of challenges designed to help you be informed, engage with your community, speak out, get inspired, and share your advocacy story. Each week we' ...

    1035966 - 04/05/2016 - 08:11 - Everyday Advocacy

  5. Send a Handwritten Thank-You Note to One of Your Library's Summer Program Supporters

    Week of Tuesday, July 14 Send a handwritten thank-you note to one of your library's summer program supporters. The summertime months are among the busiest at public libraries, and many of us count on the support of others to help us shine. This week, ...

    1035966 - 07/14/2015 - 06:47 - Everyday Advocacy

  6. Collect at Least One Impact Statement about Your Library's Summer Program

    Week of Tuesday, July 7 Collect at least one impact statement about your library's summer program. Whether you call it a Summer Reading, Summer Learning, or Summer Library Program, what you do at your library during the out-of-school months makes a d ...

    1035966 - 07/07/2015 - 07:24 - Everyday Advocacy

  7. News You Can Use!

    Looking for the latest news and published research you can use in making your advocacy case? These recent reports are must-reads for you and your stakeholders!  Use the facts, figures, and other information presented here to assert the critical role of li ...

    1035966 - 06/06/2018 - 21:56 - Everyday Advocacy

  8. Submit Content for the July 2015 Issue of Everyday Advocacy Matters

    Week of Tuesday, June 23 Submit content for the July 2015 issue of  Everyday Advocacy Matters. We're looking for advocacy gems, nuggets, and pearls to share with ALSC members. What riches do you have to share? Let us know so we can highlight them in ...

    1035966 - 06/22/2015 - 23:36 - Everyday Advocacy

  9. Plan to Attend the Interdivisional Committee's Event in San Francisco

    Week of Tuesday, June 16 Plan to attend the Interdivisional Committee's event in San Francisco. Grab a pen and mark your calendars because it's official: AASL/ALSC/YALSA Interdivisional Committee on School-Public Library Cooperation  (SPLC) memb ...

    1035966 - 06/15/2015 - 22:23 - Everyday Advocacy

  10. Read the Latest ALSC White Paper on Media Mentorship

    Week of Tuesday, June 2 Read the latest ALSC white paper on media mentorship. Want to learn more about how you can take a leadership role in children's media use for the families who use your library? Check out the latest ALSC white paper, "Medi ...

    1035966 - 06/15/2015 - 21:59 - Everyday Advocacy