Guide to Building Support for Your Tribal Library
Growing your Tribal Library
Ongoing advocacy is important for any library, whether you’re at the very beginning stages of developing a tribal library or you’ve already done the work to develop, maintain, and extend library services for the Native people of your community. With limited resources, how do you get the support you need to continue to meet the needs of the people and the tribe? This guide is designed to help you and the people who believe in the power of the tribal library become successful advocates.
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Printed copies of "Guide to Building Support for Your Tribal Library" are also available for ALA members. Orders for under 20 toolkits will be sent free of charge (please include ALA personal or organizational membership number); for orders of 20 and over, the charge is $.50/toolkit plus a $7 flat fee for shipping.
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Chicago, IL 60611-2798
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