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“The guidance EveryLibrary provided to staff and trustees on Information Only Campaigns, messaging, and the process was invaluable to us. All the more so because it was provided pro-bono. Their personal engagement helped allay fears and reassure us along the way, too. Thanks to EveryLibrary you for the great work you do for libraries.”

Jeannie Dilger, Executive Director, Palatine (IL) Public Library District

I am so unbelievably grateful for the help and support I was given by EveryLibrary. They got the word out at such a crucial point in the election, which is why our fight went national and then international.

Laura Sanders, Director, Lafourche Parish (LA) Public Library system

You and your team are doing great work and every librarian should be supporting EveryLibrary! I’ve made my contribution a recurring monthly donation and I wish you all the best. Thanks for the work that you’re doing and I am proud to put my support behind it!

Richard Huffine

Thanks for providing the vision and the leadership to create this incredibly valuable resource for libraries across the United States. Libraries have a long history of collaboration and cooperation in the development of services for our communities, and it’s time we stand together in the political arena as well. Cheers.

Derek Wolfgram

The smartest thing I did with this campaign was to contact you and ask for your help!!!! It was a pleasure working with EveryLibrary. You were a GREAT support!

Brenda Crider, Director, Bucyrus Public Library

News and Updates

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Legislation of Concern

Thank You Book Riot and Donors!

We’re excited that we were able to close out 2021 with support from Book Riot through their matching donation campaign. They promised to match all donations up to $5,000 - and fans of Book Riot responded by making over $10,000 in small and large donations! That means that we were able to raise over $15,000 to help fund the fight against censorship in the United States.

EveryLibrary in the News - July to December 2021 Round-up

EveryLibrary was in the news throughout 2021 for our advocacy, direct action, and policy insights about public libraries, school libraries, and the future of library work. We're proud to round-up key stories to help connect you with our perspectives and activities.

Matching Donations With Bookriot!

In a year of relentless book challenges and successful censorship efforts across the United States, it's easy to feel hopeless, angry, helpless, and frustrated by political groups eager to restrict the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment.   

Three Top 10 Stories of 2021

Publishers Weekly released their 2021 "Top Ten Library Stories" of the year, and we're proud to note that EveryLibrary and the EveryLibrary Institute are directly involved in three. 

A Win in New Orleans is a 20 Year Win for their Library

The New Orleans Public Library passed a renewal of their core funding millage this weekend with a 70% YES vote. This means that the library will have stable and secure funding and community members will be able to access their library for 20 years to come. 

Love Socks? Love Libraries?

We’re excited to partner with John’s Crazy Socks for our latest monthly donor incentive program! Through this partnership we're offering a pair of these great “I Love My Library” socks from the John’s Crazy Socks Company to the first 150 people who start a monthly donation of $5 of more before the end of the year. You'll be able to show off your support for libraries and literacy everywhere you go with these great socks!

Keeping the Public in Public Libraries

EveryLibrary is all about keeping the "public" in public libraries. That's why we were so happy to sponsor a recent episode of the Circulating Ideas podcast featuring a fascinating conversation with Donald Cohen, founder and executive director of In the Public Interest, about his new book "The Privatization of Everything". 

AIR 2021 - Ray Briggs

The two pieces below were written by Ray Briggs as part of the 2021 Artist in Residence Program. They were recorded live at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music featuring Ray Briggs accompanied by Amy Rowe.

Artist in Residence Victoria Hurtado-Angulo

Artist in Residence program producer Kati Szeker sat down with artist Victoria Hurtado-Angulo to discuss her poetry, inspiration, writing process, and libraries. Read below or watch the video to learn more about Victoria. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. If you missed her work for the Artist in Residence Program 2021 find it here: Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3.