American Library Association expresses condolences

\"The American Library Association (ALA) today expressed its condolences and deepest sympathies to the families and friends of those affected by Tuesday\'s tragic events and urges the public to access information at libraries of all kinds - public, school, academic and special - in the days ahead.


\"All of us have been deeply moved by these events, and our heart goes out to everyone affected by these terrible deeds,\" ALA President John W. Berry said. Berry said librarians can assist the public by providing free information and information services.


Library resources include free Internet access, computers and databases, directories and other information that can assist the public. \"Whether you need to access a computer to learn the latest breaking news, find out where to give blood in your community, identify a professional who can provide grief counseling, or simply seek out books to help your family understand recent events, libraries in every community in America can help,\" Berry said.

ALA Executive Director William Gordon expressed his profound sadness over the recent events and added that the public can find out where they can obtain free computer access in their community by calling (866) 583-1234 toll-free.\"


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