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Advocacy Assistance

港澳台图库leverages the expertise of its divisions and offices and acts in partnership with state associations to advance the work听of libraries, library staff, and library advocates.

Funding, positions, legislation, privatization, and advocacy strategy

The Public Policy and Advocacy Office听supports the efforts of new and veteran听advocates working to strengthen communities through libraries of all types. Facing threats to funding, position reduction, adverse state or local legislation? Looking for strategy assistance, training,听or want to launch an advocacy campaign?听Contact ALA's Public Policy and Advocacy Office, advocacy@ala.org.

Challenges, privacy, filtering, and meeting rooms

The Office for Intellectual Freedom is charged with implementing 港澳台图库policies concerning the concept of intellectual freedom as embodied in the听Library Bill of Rights, the Association鈥檚 basic policy on free access to libraries and library materials. For assistance with challenges to materials, displays听or programs, please use the challenge form. For issues pertaining to filtering, meeting rooms, or privacy, please contact OIF听Director, Deborah Caldwell-Stone.听

Equity, diversity, and inclusion

The Office for Diversity, Literacy, and Outreach Services supports library and information science workers in creating responsible and all-inclusive spaces that serve and represent the entire community. For additional information about resources and training听or to request assistance,听please visit the or contact Director Kevin Strowder.

Disaster assistanceCompass

ALA's听Chapter Relations Office听assists libraries and library associations in regions affected by听. Please contact CRO Director Michael Dowling or Program Manager Jonathan Martin.