|Text on Button||YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW LIBRARIANS MAKE IT HAPPEN copyright 1991 ALA|
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“Your Right to Know: Librarians Make It Happen” was the theme of National Library Week in 1992. As part of the event, promotional materials such as buttons were developed. Since 1958, National Library Week has been organized by the American Library Association to celebrate the role of libraries in society, recognize the work of librarians and promote library services. The event is held in April each year.
“Your Right to Know: Librarians Make It Happen” was also the topic of a 1992 American Library Association conference-within-a-conference, which focused on access to government information.