What are we doing about the Library of Congress? ALA | Intellectual Freedom Manual The library of congress is a part of the American Library Association. They have a 'library bill of rights' and an 'Intellectual Freedom Manual' which clearly anticipates and opposes actions such as censoring wikileaks. And yet, the Library of Congress is acting against those rules. They are blocking access to wikileaks. Why the Library of Congress Is Blocking Wikileaks « Library of Congress Blog A campaign needs to be mounted to have the library of congress either change their position, or be removed as members of the ALA (which would bring them incredible embarassment). To my knowledge, this battle is not yet being fought. I have many friends who are librarians, and they brought this to my attention - it's been a hot topic of discussion within library circles. The other battle lines seem to be stable right now; I think this is the best front to make a strong push on. Any ideas on where to begin?