The Alabama Public Library Service recently voted to delay the anticipated vote to disassociate the agency from the American Library Association.
Alabama GOP chairman and Alabama Public Library Service Board member John Wahl announced on Wednesday his plans to motion for the board to officially disaffiliate from the American Library Association.
A recent letter from Alabama Public Library Service director Nancy Pack announced that the APLS would discontinue its membership with the American Library Association and offered guidelines for libraries to address sexually explicit children's books.
Gov. Kay Ivey recently responded to Alabama Public Library Service director Nancy Pack’s defense of the state’s partnership with the American Library Association, expressing no abatement to her concerns and suggesting policy changes.
During this week's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Alabama Public Library Service director Nancy Pack addressed some of the controversies confronting her organization and other libraries around Alabama.
Local libraries are quickly becoming the latest battleground in today’s culture war, but State Rep. Susan Dubose (R-Hoover) is determined to keep them a safe place for children to study and learn without being exposed to sexually explicit materials.
The time has come for Alabama libraries to disaffiliate from the toxic American Library Association.
Although several states have separated or are seeking to separate from the American Library Association (ALA), the newly elected, self-proclaimed Marxist lesbian is not backing down from her politicized comments.