National Library Legislative Day is a two-day advocacy event that brings hundreds of librarians, trustees, library supporters, and patrons to Washington, D.C. to meet with their members of Congress rally support for library issues and policies. Participants will receive advocacy tips and training, along with important issues briefings prior to their meetings.
A joint effort of ALA's Office for Library Advocacy and Office for Intellectual Freedom, Advocacy Bootcamp will help participants prepare to advocate for libraries as fundamental building blocks to democracy.
In partnership with ALA's Chapter Relations Office, these webinars address current issues and provide an opportunity for chapter leaders to showcase best practices, share ideas, ask questions and learn about ALA resources.
ALA's offices and divisions sponsor a variety of library promotions throughout the year that libraries of all types all across the country can get involved with to promote libraries and create awareness of library issues.
Learn how you can bring these promotions to your library.