This has certainly been a year, and ULU has had a lot to do and say. We held another awesome conference, helped fight back the first cut to library funding in several years, got a TON of books to migrant kids and won awards.The following are some highlights of the donor supported work we have … Continue reading ULU in 2019!
Currently the United States Government is holding thousands of children separate and apart from their families in detention centers across the country. Toddlers are being forced to appear in court without their parents, families are being told that if they apply for asylum they will never be reunited, and the government has done nothing more … Continue reading Join us in storytime protests
Did you know that the per capita library funding in NYC is approximately half the state average? New York City deserves better. Better library funding for operating budgets, better library buildings, increased programming, more technology access, you get the point. Today at Noon the NYC Council Committee on Cultural Affairs, Libraries and Intergroup Relations will … Continue reading New Yorkers Deserve Better than Stagnant Library Funding
(Happy National Library Week!) How library workers at small urban branches combat the true violence of oppression poverty Steve Kemple On Saturday afternoon a man punched me in the face (I’m OK) while I was working at the Price Hill Branch Library in Cincinnati, Ohio, where I’m the manager. (Happy National Library Week to … Continue reading On Getting Punched in the Face While Working at the Library
Welcome to the 2016 - 24 Hour Read In live stream! Even if you can't make it in person, you can still watch us read from afar. If you want to support ULU in providing the Read In this year, click here for more info.