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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

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Connie Hill Brasier  

News and Updates

Stay up-to-date with EveryLibrary's work.

Announcing the Banned Book Store!

EveryLibrary is excited to launch the Banned Book Store at bannedbookstore.co as the most comprehensive list of currently banned and challenged books in the United States.  Many of the book challenges come from individuals who have never read the books and who have been encouraged by national right wing organizations to present excerpts out of context to villainize and demonize librarians while building a case for horrific legislation that allows the government to bans books that don't agree with their current political ideologies.

A Big Win in Ridgeland, MS

After a stalemate of almost 3 months, the City of Ridgeland, MS. has agreed to a revised contract for library services with MCLS and a Memorandum of Understanding.

Facing a Book Ban or Censorship Legislation? How can we help?

We are concerned about book banning, censorship, and anti-library legislation in your community. That's why we offer a wide range of tools and direct pro-bono support to help local campaigners fight back.

View the Archive: Censored Authors Speak 2022: A round table discussion about book banning in America

On the evening of April 6, 2022, EveryLibrary hosted a discussion of authors and an editor of young adult materials who have had their books challenged and removed from library shelves.

Legislation of Concern

Politicians in state legislatures across the country have filed bills that are detrimental to our school libraries and public libraries. 

Good Bills We’re Following this Session

At EveryLibrary we don’t just pay attention to the bills that harm our industry; we also track and support the good ones. Legislators across the country have filed bills promoting digital equity and media literacy programs. We support legislation that will increase access to technology and help students learn how to critically consume media.

Wyoming Libraries Launch New Statewide Advocacy Program

Wyoming Library Association and EveryLibrary to create new public-facing advocacy and outreach campaigns to identify, cultivate, and activate new support.

FY2022 Omnibus Budget Passed with Increases for L.A.M.

Yesterday, Congress has passed the FY 2022 omnibus budget bill with level-funding for LSTA, the program that funds grants to state libraries. IMLS overall saw an increase for museums and that should be celebrated. Congress knows IMLS is libraries and museums, not or.

We are Buying Everyone a Drink in PDX

Congratulations again on being named Librarian of the Year for 2022 alongside all of your marvelous colleagues. In celebration, EveryLibrary wants to buy you a drink during PLA in Portland. You earned it and it is the least we can do to say Thank You.

How are We Fighting Against Book Banning?

As we continue to see attacks on the freedom to read across the country, EveryLibrary is working with dozens of local activists and organizations to give them the resources they need to fight back.