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Purpose: The ELSA is designed to recognize dedication to public service demonstrated by any staff member of a public, school, special or academic library. We welcome nominations submitted by any employee of a Suffolk County library or any Suffolk County library patron.
Eligibility: Pages, clerks, librarians and trainees, as well as office, custodial and security staff from any Suffolk County library are eligible.
To Qualify: The nominee must work at least 17 hours per week and have worked a minimum of one year in his/her current position. People who have been nominated in the past may be nominated again.
Criteria: Outstanding public service may be demonstrated by fostering team spirit, exemplary job performance, promoting goodwill among patrons and staff, or an innovative approach to one’s work.
Nominations must be submitted by July 31, 2021
The program covers the topics of sexual orientation, gender identity, and experiences of LGBT people. The program also provides definitions & understanding of LGBTQIA+ terms.
All departments are welcome!
History of LGBTQ Romances
Thursday, February 11th 11AM
The course of true love never did run smoothly, especially when it comes to LGBTQ+ romance novels.
Join Queens College Professor Emeritus Mary k. Chelton as she takes a fascinating look at the evolution of the romance novel genre, which has only recently begun to embrace a more inclusive perspective.
LONG ISLAND LIBRARY PRIDE ALLIANCE
The Long Island Library Pride Alliance Committee is charged with providing guidance and direction to Long Island library professionals in Nassau and Suffolk County about LGBTQIA+ information and/or services.
Please join us for Long Island Library Pride Alliance’s first meeting! Meet the co-chairs, hear about our goals, and play a virtual “escape the closet” game. All are welcome! For more information, including how to register, see the attached flyer.
Thank you and be well,
Long Island Library Pride Alliance (LILPA)