We're halfway to our goal - help protect school libraries!
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Last week, Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) and Representative Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ-03) re-introduced the Right to Read Act in the House and Senate to protect our school libraries from censorship and disinvestment.
3,743 library advocates took action on this key legislation, and we need you to join them! Click below to tell your members of Congress to support school libraries, then share this action with your community:
This legislation has a long way to go, but if passed could be a huge step against the book-banning movement. The Right to Read Act would:
Take action now to show Congress that the library community fights for less censorship and more resources in our schools. Write to Congress, share, and spread the word about this crucial school library bill!
Thank you for all you do for libraries!
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