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Help Libraries Eliminate Barriers to Voting for 34 Million Americans

At EveryLibrary, we want to help libraries eliminate barriers to voting for over 34 million Americans with disabilities.


SCLA and EveryLibrary Team Up to SaveIMLS for South Carolina Libraries

PROPOSED FEDERAL BUDGET CUTS THREATENS $2.5 MIllION DOLLAR CUT TO SOUTH CAROLINA LIBRARIES

Take action now at SaveSCimls.org.


Meet 2017 Artist in Residence Kevin Moore

EveryLibrary Brings Political and Editorial Cartooning to Libraries with 2017 Artist in Residence Kevin Moore


EveryLibrary and Rosen Publishing Team Up to Train School Librarian Leaders

EveryLibrary is proud to announce a new donation from Rosen Publishing in support of our Political Literacy trainings for the 2017 cohort of Lilead Fellows.


Announcing our powerful new platform to fight for school librarians!

I am thrilled to announce the launch of our new SaveSchoolLibrarians.org site and an expanded partnership with five state school library associations and Follet Learning to work on restoring school librarians to schools and districts - and to expanding funding for school library programs - in their states.


EveryLibrary Events at ALAAC17

EveryLibrary is a host, sponsor, and supporter for some fun - and important - events in Chicago concurrent with the ALA Annual Conference. Our staff and board team will be attending the conference, so if you want to connect with us please email [email protected] to coordinate a meeting.


BluuBeam Partners with EveryLibrary for National Disability Voter Registration Week 2017

BluuBeam Partners with EveryLibrary to Bring ‘National Disability Voter Registration Week 2017’ to Libraries


EveryLibrary and Mississippi Library Association Launch #saveMSimls

PROPOSED FEDERAL BUDGET CUTS THREATEN MISSISSIPPI LIBRARIES


Rally to Restore Illinois School Librarians

Join the effort to Restore Illinois School Librarians! Rally to put school librarians back in school libraries across Illinois!


Webinar: Build Your Library’s Political Power

Libraries that are well connected to the community and local power structures are less likely to lose funding and are more likely to have the support of local politicians and win elections.