When one door closes another one opens.
Our work continues. Please read on.
The Library Media Project, which began in 1988, closed our Sunnyside Avenue office on the last day of April 2007. For the past 19 years, beginning in 1988 as the MacArthur Foundation Library Video Project, we have had the honor of assisting U.S. librarians with their media collection development on a wide range of important subjects.
We are continuing to work on securing funding for an urgently needed educational project on Our Environment and the Climate Crisis. Our new office location can be found on our contact page. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission is to foster the public discourse that is central to our American democracy one library at a time.
Thomas Jefferson observed, "Information is the currency of democracy". It is an honor to contribute to these thousands of "information banks" - our country's libraries found in communities, big and small and in between, in each of the 50 states.
It was our good fortune to work with thousands of dedicated librarians who vigilantly keep the doors to free, accessible information available for so many millions in our country.Their life's work is a central to the very heart of our democracy: informed public debate.
We have been honored to have worked with so many remarkable, innovative and thoughtful librarians. They are, and always will be, our heroes.
With luck, and funding from an angel or two, we'll be able to continue our work to foster the critically important informed public discourse throughout America.