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Learn how libraries are serving as safe and neutral places to promote engagement and civic discourse. Nancy Kranich, Chair of the American Library Association's Center for Civic Life Advisory Board presents an overview of civic engagement programs taking place in libraries today. Librarians from across the field will share specific examples of different types of successful civic engagement programming that can work for you.


Panelist with Nancy Kranich, Nicole Sump-Crethar and Louisa Whitfield-Smith at the American Library Association 2012 Annual Conference program, Libraries at the Crossroads: Programming for Civic Engagement, sponsored by the ALA Public and Cultural Programs Advisory Committee.



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