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MLA Conversations Episode 27 - Shared screen with speaker view
KP
37:02
Well, David, we will now!
Monica McAbee (she/her)
37:17
Yes! Asking is important but so is saying thanks!
Joe Thompson
37:33
https://www.cardin.senate.gov/contact
Joe Thompson
38:03
https://www.vanhollen.senate.gov/contact
Monica McAbee (she/her)
41:28
"You can't debate a story." So powerful.
Joe Thompson
49:23
More information on the Library Stabilization Fund Act can be found at http://www.ala.org/advocacy/sites/ala.org.advocacy/files/content/libfunding/LSFA_Summary_Final.pdf
Kelly Falk
01:01:42
What is the outlook for the Senate in 2022?
patriciahofmann
01:02:09
What do you think of hand written, snail mail thank you notes?
Mallory Duff
01:04:56
I agree - from a fellow letter-writer!
KP
01:07:47
There have been different approaches with local library systems in navigating societal and political topics and movements. What have you seen done well? And what pitfalls may occur when it comes to relationships with elected officials and advocacy?
Mallory Duff
01:09:13
Like library friends groups
Sara Szymanski
01:12:58
You mentioned the amount of communication that legislators and their offices receive, are grassroots campaigns like writing campaigns effective to be seen in a positive light?
patriciahofmann
01:22:26
Great job, Megan! Thanks everyone.
Monica McAbee (she/her)
01:22:31
And thank you, David, for your advocacy against Alzheimer's Disease.
KP
01:22:44
David, great advice. Appreciate your thoughts.
Sarah Smith
01:22:49
Thanks, David, appreciate your time!
Madison Griffitts
01:22:51
Thank you very much, David!
Sara Szymanski
01:23:03
Thank you so much Joe, Megan, and David!
Kelly Falk
01:23:12
Thanks for the good advice!