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Maryland Library Association (MLA)
Intellectual Freedom Panel (IFP)
The Intellectual Freedom Panel (IF Panel) provides a forum for librarians who are interested in issues concerning intellectual freedom, access to information and censorship. IF Panel recommends policy and appropriate action to the MLA Executive Board and to MLA membership on intellectual freedom matters. IF Panel also sponsors discussions and programs throughout the year and at the annual MLA Conference.
Intellectual Freedom across the country
State IFC Chairs - From ALA
The American Library Association has affiliate relationships with state library associations in all fifty states, the District of Columbia, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and regional library associations in the Mountain Plains, New England, Pacific Northwest, and Southeast regions. Each state chapter is represented by an elected Chapter Councilor with full voting rights in ALA’s governing assembly. The interests of Chapters are represented within the association by the Chapter Relations Office and the Chapter Relations Committee.
Intellectual Freedom - Staff Training Resources