How can you work with your local elected officials on library advocacy during this time of COVID-19, and beyond? Learn how to approach advocacy during a time of crisis, and how to craft your messaging for success. A panel of expert speakers will provide guidance. Hear tips for Trustees, Friends, Foundations, and other community-based advocacy groups, as well as library staff.
Featured presenters will be Peter Pearson, 2019-2020 United for Libraries President; Libby Post, CEO, Communication Services; Megan Cusick, Assistant Director for State Advocacy in ALA’s Public Policy and Advocacy office, and Sonja Eyler, Librarian for the City of Presque Isle at the Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library. Deborah Doyle, Chair of United for Libraries’ Legislative Committee and President of California Public Library Advocates, will moderate.
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All-Access Pass - you will receive the "Live Webinar Only" emails. You will be registered for https://united-for-libraries.teachable.com/p/advocacy-crisis for access to the recording, slides, and certificate.