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Moore American Library Association 50 East Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60611 9780838910030, $45.
National Press Club (Zenger Room) American Library Association President Leslie Burger Will discuss "Libraries, Politics and National Security" On National Library Legislative Day, librarians from across the country descend on Capitol Hill to promote their wide-ranging agenda.
JANUARY January 19-24 American Library Association Midwinter Meeting 2007 Seattle, Washington The exhibits will be on display January 19-22 at the Washington State Trade and Convention Center, downtown at 7th and Pike Streets.
The American Library Association has also joined the fight, since public libraries would be required to follow the same access policies as public schools, although it would be virtually impossible to implement them.
In 1988, Berman received a Honeywell Project Award for Peace and Justice, and the following year the American Library Association gave him its Equality Award.
Hasbro Card Games Given to American Library Association for Second Annual Event EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass.
Since establishment in 1941, SLIS held the distinction of graduating more African American librarians than any other American Library Association (ALA)-accredited library school in history.
In an effort to help address this issue, Morningstar Foods, distributor and marketer of HERSHEY(R)'S Milks and MilkShakes, and the American Library Association (ALA) are kicking off the third year of their national teen reading program, Get on Board and Read @ your library, with professional skateboarder, Tony Hawk.