SRRT Task Forces
Promotes awareness of environmental issues among ALA members and the public.
For a background of the TFOE, read How and Why We Got Here Today: A History of the ALA Task Force on the Environment by Fred Stoss, past chair.
Subscribe to the TFOE Discussion List at http://lists.ala.org/sympa/info/tfoe.
Read the FTF Newsletter Women in Libraries for the latest news and information from the Feminist Task Force.
Subscribe to the Feminist discussion list at http://www.libr.org/ftf/ftflist.html.
Fosters greater awareness of the dimensions, causes, and ways to end hunger, homelessness and poverty.
Supports and advances the observance of the holiday as an American celebration.
For a background of the MLKTF, read A History of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Task Force by Virginia B. Moore, chair.
Additional historical documents:
- "Every American Can Make a Difference," 1994
- "Keys to the Dream: Reading, Books and Libraries": Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
- 1996 Recognition of the National Library Involvement Committee, Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission
- 1996 Meeting Highlights
- Martin Luther King Day Celebration, 2000
- Planning the Multi-Cultural Idea Exchange, 2000
- Martin Luther King Day Celebration, 2001 ALA Midwinter Meeting
- MLKTF at the Diversity Fair, 2006 ALA Annual Conference
- "The Life of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Moving the Nation Forward," by Joanne C. Burns, ed. by Alysia Peich
Promotes youth books with gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender/questioning (GLBTQ) experiences through annual bibliographies and other activities. This task force is a joint GLBTRT/SRRT undertaking.