Internet Resource Guide: Intellectual Freedom Associations
41A new annotated guide to organizations by Steven Greechie and published in the February 2016 (77.2) issue of College and Research Libraries News.
From the Introduction:
This article is intended as a resource guide to a selection of U.S. and international advocacy organizations. Its list is by no means exhaustive. It’s meant to educate librarians to some of the associations that might serve as resources in their work, and to only some of the services and materials these organizations offer, noting material available on websites.
While challenges to free expression are common, U.S. and international communities respond with valuable and very often free support material and services.
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