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Win that Keeps the Library Open in Potomac, IL!

We're so happy to report that the vote to keep the library in Potomac, IL. open passed!


Victory for IMLS, but its not over… yet!

We are really excited to report that the Omnibus spending budget bill for FY2018 that President Trump just signed did include continued funding for the Institute of Museum and Library Services through September.


Statement on Defunding Kentucky Libraries

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin’s proposed budget would eliminate state funding for libraries across the Bluegrass State.


TPL Webinar – An Organizer’s Tale

Making political change requires mobilizing people in order to push for action. In 2016, Emily Drabinski was on the front lines of an organizing effort for a fair labor contract at LIU Brooklyn.


EveryLibrary Responds to President Trump’s Proposal to Eliminate the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Defund Libraries

White House Budget for Fiscal Year 2019 Would Devastate Schools, Libraries and Communities Across the U.S.


Welcoming Our New Board Members

EveryLibrary is proud today to announce that Harmony Faust, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Gale, a Cengage Company, and J. Turner Masland, Access Services Manager at Sonoma State University Library in Sonoma, CA., are joining its Board of Directors.


EveryLibrary Joins National Entrepreneurship Week 2018 Coalition

EveryLibrary is proud to be the ‘library partnerships coordinator’ for National Entrepreneurship Week 2018the annual Congressionally-chartered week dedicated to showcasing and supporting entrepreneurship throughout the United States.


TPL Webinar – Libraries, Social Media, and Politics: Do You Know What to Post?

View the archive of the Feb 15th, 2018 webinar for free on EveryLibrary's Vimeo channel.

View or download the slides from the webinar on EveryLibrary's SlideShare.

According to a recent survey, librarians frequently “self-censor” their posts about local, state, and national political issues more than is required by policy or law.


2017 EveryLibrary Annual Report

EveryLibrary started with a hope that “any library funding measure anywhere should matter to every library everywhere.”


2017 Annual Report

EveryLibrary started with a hope that “any library funding measure anywhere should matter to every library everywhere.” The notion that we are all in this together–as a community of folks who believe in the power of libraries and who support the librarians who serve their communities–is at the core of our organizational values and work. In 2017, we were very effective in winning elections for libraries and helping school librarians whose jobs were threatened.