ALA Advocacy Flash Mob -New Orleans

May 28, 2011 at 7:02 pm 1 comment


ALA Advocacy Flash Mob
The plan is to have a large convergence of librarians at Jackson Square at 5:45 on Sunday. All participants should wear some kind of library related t-shirt, pose in some position, or bring something that identifies them as a librarian. All participants will converge on the park grounds at 5:45 for the mob and freeze from 5:50-5:53 to show our large presence at ALA and show that we care about the community of NOLA and that communities should care about Libraries.

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  • 1. cjmoxley  |  July 1, 2011 at 3:30 am

    This is really cool to me. It is amazing that after Katrina destroyed New Orleans that ALA was the first association to meet in that city. According to the article the ALA meeting showed the community that they could count on the library as a continuing backbone of the community. I think it was a great idea to prove that the library is still there in the community proving to the community that the library still will be there to service.

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