Are you planning programming around the newest One Book | One Minnesota title, A Good Time for the Truth?
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PLA Statement Condemning Systemic Racism and Violence Against BIPOC People
The SELCO board recently approved the following anti racism statement
In a June 11 statement, the American Library Association condemned police violence against people of color, protesters, and journalists. The full statement reads as follows:
The training platform Niche Academy is now offering free online training and resources on a variety of COVID-related topics.
In response to the unprecedented demand for digital books for your readers, OverDrive paid participating publishers and authors for rights to a growing collection of ebooks and audiobooks that will be provided for unlimited simultaneous use, at no cost for your library.
Washington, DC—The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced two new funding opportunities for museums, libraries, federally recognized tribes, and organizations that primarily serve Native Hawaiians. The combined $15 million federal investment will provide direct support to these institutions, equipping them to respond to community needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today the American Library Association (ALA) released its 2020 State of America’s Libraries report, an annual summary of library trends released during National Library Week, April 19 – 25, that outlines statistics and issues affecting all types of libraries during the previous calendar year.
Many of our library buildings are closed to the public right now (including mine). So how can we connect kids to the great books we have in our digital collections?
Washington, DC—The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced measures to award the first $30 million of $50 million appropriated to the agency in the CARES Act.