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  1. Get Your Advocacy Button!

    Getting your very own advocacy button is easy! Just send us some content for the Everyday Advocacy Matters e-newsletter: a question for our Ask an Advocate feature, an elevator speech, or another advocacy news item. We'll send you a button as a thank ...

    1035966 - 03/31/2015 - 11:41 - iunhuh

  2. Share Your Advocacy Story

      We bet you’ve had your share of proud moments advocating for the children and families at your library. We’re sure you’ve got tried-and-true tips, tools, and techniques that have brought you past success with community partners, stakeholders, and policy ...

    admin - 01/12/2015 - 22:19 - iunhuh

  3. Feedback

    Did you find what you needed today? Yes No Mostly N/A Please elaborate on today's experience. I would like to: Report a broken link Report a form with problems Report a page that should have more information added Locate a missing page Report a PDF o ...

    LSCHULTE - 05/01/2013 - 11:17 - iunhuh

  4. Find an Advocacy Mentor

    Need a little extra help navigating those murky advocacy waters? Looking for an experienced advocate to steer you in the right direction? Fill out the Webform below to describe the areas in which you’d most like assistance. We’ll pass your request along t ...

    admin - 05/01/2013 - 08:35 - iunhuh

  5. Author Andrea Davis Pinkney

    My favorite memories of libraries are Saturdays with my mom, who was a schoolteacher, going into that library and first of all getting my first library card, and signing my name and feeling like I was official, I have my library card, and that was like a ...

    admin - 04/23/2013 - 22:33 - iunhuh

  6. Yuyi Morales

    When I first came to the United States and I saw the public libraries for the first time, I was amazed and I was in awe. I couldn't believe that the books that were in the library were so beautiful, and especially the children's section of the l ...

    admin - 04/21/2013 - 12:26 - iunhuh

  7. 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 - iunhuh

  8. 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 - iunhuh

  9. 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 - iunhuh

  10. Invite Local Leaders to Be Part of Your Summer Programming

    Week of Tuesday, May 26 Invite local leaders to be part of your library's summer programming for youth and families. As Everyday Advocates, we know how important it is to spread the word among local leaders about all the ways libraries create high-qu ...

    1035966 - 06/15/2015 - 21:50 - iunhuh

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