News and Updates

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An American Libraries Newsmaker

I truly appreciate the coverage in American Libraries Magazine,  the flagship member publication of the American Library Association. 


Meet the EveryLibrary Board

I am extremely pleased, proud, and humbled to announce that Patrick Sweeney and Erica Findley are joining me as founding Board members here at EveryLibrary.


EveryLibrary and BFG Partner to Raise Funding for Library Political Action

EveryLibrary, the first nation-wide Political Action Committee for libraries, today announces a new fundraising partnership with BulldogFinance Group (BFG), a Washington, D.C. based political fundraising consultancy focused on progressive causes and candidates, to begin outreach to the public in support of libraries at the ballot box.  


Making the Case to Special Libraries

Turner Masland (@deweysnotdead) wrote up a great piece for the Oregon chapter of SLA (ORSLA) about why EveryLibrary matters to Special Libraries.


A Word about EveryLibrary from John Berry

John Berry has been thinking, speaking, and publishing about library advocacy since before I was born.


Interview with Insight & Outlook Info Services

Thanks to Wolper Information Services for the chance to talk with Insight and Outlook about how EveryLibrary will support local libraries as they ask voters to fund operations, build or remodel buildings, and ensure the library and its staff are there for the next generation.


Hack Library School Says....

From HackLibSchool: "What’s cool about EveryLibrary is that they will exclusively be dedicated to advocating for library initiatives, connecting with local communities to get voter support." Spot on.


Urban Librarians Unite Says....

From Urban Librarians Unite (ULU - which is the coolest acronym in the biz):

 


Two Week Update

A short EveryLibrary update for our fans and followers.  As of today:

 


Why Can’t They Just Do It?

Over the past few days I've been asked "Why can't ALA or OCLC or ULC just make a PAC for libraries?"