News and Updates

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

News and Updates

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

Supporting the Save Jax Libraries Committee

The voters in Jacksonville, FL. and Duval County have an important question on the ballot next week and EveryLibrary is stepping up with a $1,000 donation to the Save Jax Libraries committee to help make their Vote YES message heard.

Lib Politics Rodeo August 12, 2014

Welcome to the Lib Politics Rodeo. Every week we will round up the previous week’s news on library politics and highlight some of the things that we are following or reading. Here’s what we have in our lassos this week…

Lib Politics Rodeo August 6, 2014

Welcome to the Lib Politics Rodeo. Every week we will round up the previous week’s news on library politics and highlight some of the things that we are following or reading. Here’s what we have in our lassos this week…

EveryLibrary Partners with Mozilla for Net Neutrality

In case you haven’t heard, the open Internet’s founding principle is under attack. Policymakers in the U.S. are considering rules that would erase “Net Neutrality,” the principle that all data on the Internet should be treated equally. If these rule changes go through, many fear it will create a “two-tier” Internet, where monopolies are able to charge huge fees for special “fast lanes” while everyone else gets the slow lane. This would threaten the very openness, level playing field, and innovation that make the web great — not only in the U.S. but around the world.

EveryLibrary Partners with Mozilla for Net Neutrality

In case you haven’t heard, the open Internet’s founding principle is under attack. Policymakers in the U.S. are considering rules that would erase “Net Neutrality,” the principle that all data on the Internet should be treated equally.

Library Politics Rodeo July 29, 2014

Welcome to the Lib Politics Rodeo. 

LJ Coverage of Rapid Response Fund

The folks at Library Journal provided some solid coverage of our new – and growing – Rapid Response Fund.  Donors like you have helped get the Fund in shape quickly.  We still have to raise about $2,500 to make sure we have enough on hand to answer the first 2 or 3 challenges with enough resources to do it right.  Click through to LJ’s coverage for more about our plans.  And come back to donate.  It’s a game changer for library advocacy.

Library Journal Coverage of EveryLibrary

The folks at Library Journal provided some solid coverage of our new – and growing – Rapid Response Fund.  

Lib Politics Rodeo July 22, 2014

Welcome to the Lib Politics Rodeo.

Christmas In July

We have an ‘Xmas in July’ challenge from our friend and longtime supporter Aaron Dobbs:  he’ll donate $500 to the Rapid Response Fund if we get 10 new monthly (reoccurring) donors at $10 each by July 25th.