Find out how you (yes, you!) can make an Everyday Advocacy difference at the national level.
Everyday Advocacy is a grassroots effort that starts with the great things you're doing in your library community, but that doesn't mean you can't take Washington, D.C., by storm!
Keep up with the awesome that's going on in the ALA Washington Office and learn about big and small ways to lend your voice to the national landscape of libraries and library legislation.
Here are a just a few ways to stay engaged in the Washington conversation:
Subscribe to District Dispatch, the official blog of the ALA Washington Office, for the low-down on key library issues and legislation.
Check out the ALA Legislative Action Center for details on how you can call, write, or tweet Congressional leaders with your support.
Participate in a webinar to build your skill set on issues you're sure to encounter while serving youth and families in libraries.
Attend National Library Legislative Day, a two-day advocacy event championing libraries and library legislation in Washington, D.C.
Don't miss out on a single chance to make an Everyday Advocacy difference for the youth and families you serve.