NJLA Central: Committees, Sections and Roundtables

Established in 1890, the NJLA is the oldest and largest library organization in New Jersey.

  •     Advocates for the advancement of library services for the residents of New Jersey
  •     Provides continuing education & networking opportunities for librarians
  •     Supports the principles of intellectual freedom & promotes access to library materials for all

NJLACentral is one location for all of NJLA's Committees, Sections and Roundtables to promote their events, share their projects and communicate with their colleagues in New Jersey.  Questions about the structure of NJLA?  Check out these resources: NJLA Code for Committees,NJLA Organizational Chart

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Right to Read

Over 2,200 undocumented immigrants are being held in detention centers located throughout New Jersey. Conditions in these centers are dehumanizing and fall well below the standards of American prisons. This includes a lack of reading materials in their native language. 

First Friends of NJ and NY is an organization providing services to these detained immigrants. As part of their operation, First Friends provides free books for relief - even momentarily - from their current conditions.