What a moment of a lifetime – Library of Congress in the back, US Capitol in the front and surrounded by library advocates from all across the country on a beautiful sunny day in Washington, D.C. Dancers include NCLA’s 22 student ambassadors, ALA President Barbara Stripling, ALA Executive Director Emily Sheketoff, State Librarian of North Carolina Cal Shepard, and so many more wonderful, fearless library advocates dancing for libraries because they make us “Happy!”

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Some photos of the dance (Visit NLLD Photo Gallery):

Happy Dancing for Libraries in Washington, DC!

Happy Dancing for Libraries in Washington, DC!

Garner, NC 4th grader Lincoln Sawyer giving a high-five to NC State Librarian Cal Shepard

Garner, NC 4th grader Lincoln Sawyer giving a high-five to NC State Librarian Cal Shepard

Close to 50 library advances do the NLLD "Happy" Dance in front of the US Capitol and Library of Congress

Close to 50 library advocates do the NLLD “Happy” Dance in front of the US Capitol and Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. for National Library Legislative Day.

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library Manager and UNCG LIS professor Rebecca Morris give each other a high-five.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library Manager and UNCG LIS professor Rebecca Morris give each other a high-five. ALA President Barbara Stripling in the background to the left and clearly happy for libraries and to be doing the NLLD “Happy” Dance.

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