Luvvie Ajayi Jones appears as Closing Speaker at the American Library Association's 2022 Annual Conference and Exhibition in Washington, D.C., on June 28.

Making Trouble

Luvvie Ajayi Jones on disruption, kindness, and owning biases

Jane Park (left) and Christina Soontornvat appear as part of the American Library Association (ALA) President's Program at ALA's Annual Conference and Exhibition in Washington, D.C., on June 26. Photo: EPNAC

‘This Is a Movement’

Asian American representation in children's books has improved, but panel says there's more work to be done

Aiden Street

Money Know-How

Libraries can empower communities with financial education

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Council III: Intellectual Freedom Takes Center Stage

Council revisits ALA’s core governing documents

Kevin Eastman

The Lean, Mean, Green Dream

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cocreator Kevin Eastman reflects on comics career

Authors Maya Prasad (left) and Susan Azim Boyer speak at “Engaging Historically Underrepresented Young Adult Readers,” a June 27 session at the American Library Association's 2022 Annual Exhibition and Conference in Washington, D.C. Photo: Rebecca Lomax/American Libraries

Uplifting Underrepresented Readers

Authors discuss the importance of shining a light on insider narratives

Join the Hub
Binghamton University Libraries creates a place to connect on sustainability

‘We Are Not Okay’
Supporting the LGBTQ+ community at the library

Bringing Joy
Actor Tiffany Haddish is a proponent of the personal journey

The Magic of Manga
How manga holds value in school libraries

Part of Something Bigger
Author Celeste Ng on the transitions of life and creativity

Haunting and Hysterical
Goosebumps author R. L. Stine on how humor and horror intersect

Facility Funding Options
Creativity can help unlock the budget to build new libraries

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