Intellectual Freedom Round Table Roster

Bylaws and Organization Committee

Membership Promotion Committee

Nominating Committee

Program Committee

Eli M. Oboler Memorial Award Committee

John Phillip Immroth Memorial Award Committee

Proquest-SIRS State and Regional Intellectual Freedom Achievement Award Committee

Publications Committee

IFRT Liaisons and Representatives

Liaison to the Intellectual Freedom Committee

Liaison to the Freedom to Read Foundation

Liaison to the Education Assembly

Liaison from the LeRoy C. Merritt Humanitarian Fund

Liaison from the ALA Executive Board

Liaison from BARC

Liaison from the New Members Round Table

Liaison from the Social Responsibilities Round Table

Liaison to the Social Responsibilities Round Table

OIF staff liaison to the IFRT


To the Intellectual Freedom Committee

Rosanne Cordell (2007-2008)

To the Freedom to Read Foundation

Cynthia Pirtle (2007-2008), Moreno Valley Public Library, CA

To the Education Assembly

Sharon McCaslin (2007-2008), Fontbonne University Library, MO

From the ALA Executive Board

To be appointed, as needed.

From the New Members Round Table

Julia M. Glynn (2007-2008), Kenyon College, OH

To Social Responsibilities Round Table

Carol Gulyas (2007-2008), Columbia College, Chicago, IL

OIF Staff Liaison to the Intellectual Freedom Round Table

Nanette Perez, American Library Association, Office for Intellectual Freedom, 50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611; 312-280-4223 or 800-545-2433, ext. 4223; Fax: 312-280-4227;

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