Speak out! Influence legislators about programs for teens

Every year, the Legislation Committees of YALSA, ALSC and AASL take turns presenting a program at ALA Annual. This year, ALSC has organized an exciting, ‘ important,’ and very timely program. Emily Sheketoff, ALA Washington Office Executive Director, and Stephanie Vance, ALA Advocacy Guru are presenting a program about legislation advocacy relevant to members of all the youth divisions.’  This is an amazing opportunity!’  Two of the best informed and most savvy legislation leaders will address advocacy for programs for children and young adults in public and school libraries.’  Please join us and learn how to advocate with and for your teens!

Title:’  Speak Out! Influence Legislators about Programs for Youth in School and Public Libraries
Time:’  Sunday, July 12, 10:30 am — 12:00 pm
Location:’  McCormick Place West, W-185

Hope to see you there!

Maureen Ambrosino, Chair, YALSA Legislation

About Maureen Ambrosino

I was the chair of YALSA Legislation for 2008-2009, and was given the title of "raging library activist" by School Library Journal for my January 08 article on advocacy. When I'm not emailing legislators and rallying other librarians to email theirs, I am the Youth Services Consultant at Central Massachusetts Regional Library System in Shrewsbury, MA.
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