Freedom to Read Foundation to host virtual symposium ‘Where Intellectual Freedom and Social Justice Meet: A Call to Action,’ July 12 and 13

The Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF) invites all library workers, educators, authors, journalists, publishers, social justice workers and First Amendment advocates to attend and participate in its free virtual symposium, Where Intellectual Freedom and Social Justice Meet: A Call to…

Free preconference workshop at ALA Annual: ‘The ABC’s of Preserving Intellectual Freedom – Anticipating, Bridging and Conversing: How to Help Protect Your Library’

United for Libraries is presenting a FREE preconference workshop, The ABC’s of Preserving Intellectual Freedom – Anticipating, Bridging and Conversing: How to Help Protect Your Library, on Fri., June 24, 1-4 p.m., at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.,…

May 11 webinar to cover ‘First Amendment Audits: What Your Library Board and Staff Need to Know’

What should library staff do when self-proclaimed “citizen journalists” enter the library claiming a right to question employees and film in any space accessible to the public? The May 11 webinar “First Amendment Audits: What Your Library Board and Staff…