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It's National Library Week and Today is Take Action for Libraries Day!

by Liz Teoli-Thomason on 2024-04-11T08:17:00-07:00 in Education, Library & College Resources, News, Research Skills, Social Sciences, Writing, Communication, & Literature | 0 Comments

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Take Action for Libraries Day!

On this annual day of action during National Library Week, advocates are joining together to affirm their participation in 2024 elections. Libraries are nonpartisan, but they are not indifferent. The nation’s libraries play a critical role in our democracy, encouraging readers, educating voters and preparing all of us to participate in elections. To launch ALA's new Reader, Voter, Ready campaign, we're asking library advocates to pledge to get informed, get registered, and get ready to vote! Use our action form to sign the pledge and commit to voting:

I am a reader. I am a voter. I will be registered, informed, and ready to vote in all local, state, and federal elections during 2024 and beyond.

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