IBPA Members Urged to Tell Congress to #FundLibraries
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Advocacy Alert: Urge Congress to #FundLibraries
(Manhattan Beach, CA - February 18, 2020) -- IBPA members are encouraged to join the American Library Association's (ALA's) #FundLibraries advocacy effort.
As announced last week, the White House has released its proposed FY2021 budget, and federal library funding has been completely eliminated. Libraries need your support, now more than ever. We need to make sure Congress knows how important this funding is.
Can you stand with libraries by emailing Congress to #FundLibraries?
As the campaign to fund our nation's libraries continues, we can't let Congress forget how much communities rely on their local libraries. Add your support now by letting your members of Congress know that you support library funding at the national level.
Please take two minutes to urge Congress to continue to #FundLibraries in FY2021.
Thank you for standing with the library community.
For additional information related to ALA's advocacy efforts on behalf of libraries, contact the ALA Public Policy & Advocacy Office:
ALA Public Policy & Advocacy Office
1615 New Hampshire Ave NW, 1st Floor
Washington, D.C. 20009-2520
Phone: (202) 628-8410