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Getting Involved

The ALA Washington Office truly believes that getting involved is the best way to make a difference.  Whether you're a librarian, a business, or simply a concerned citizen, there are myriad ways to make your views known to legislators on Capitol Hill.

Methods we recommend are:

Legislative Action Center

Try out ALA's E-Advocacy site!

Take Action link to Legislative Action Center

Click here or the logo above to:

  • Jump to ALA's Legislative Action Center
  • See what library legislation is hot
  • Send a letter or fax to Congress

We invite you to try out our new site today! If you experience problems with or have questions about the new site, please email Andy Bridges or Erin Haggerty.

And don't hesitate to pick up the phone, too! Call the U.S. Capitol switchboard at 202-225-3121 to contact your Member of Congress.

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Various ways to advocate for libraries