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2015 Renewal Letter
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It's time to renew your FTRF membership!

Dear Friends:
Hello from the Freedom To Read Foundation! Every year around this time we highlight the events of the year and ask you to RENEW your Freedom to Read Foundation membership. Please take a moment and renew your membership today!

2015 promises to be an amazing year the Freedom to Read Foundation. In honor of FTRF's 45th anniversary, we have a raft of events planned! Our litigation efforts - including a new case, Antigone Books v. Horne, and the ongoing case involving Tucson's Mexican American Studies program - will continue to be front-and-center. Meanwhile, our educational efforts, including our co-sponsorship of the University of Illinois course "Intellectual Freedom and Censorship," are allowing us to ensure that the Foundation's core principles will be passed on to new audiences.

Check out some of our other recent accomplishments here, as well as in the most recent issue of FTRF News (which you will continue to receive as a benefit of your membership).

Please visit our member renewal page and log in (on the right side of the page) to your personal membership page. To log in, enter your Username and Password. (Note: if you don't remember your username or password, click here to have it emailed to you.) Alternatively, just give us a call at (312) 280-4223 and we can accept your membership dues over the phone.

Help continue to build the Freedom to Read Foundation. Renew today!

Barbara M. Jones
Executive Director

P.S. If you already mailed in your 2015 membership renewal, thank you! It may take a few extra days to process. If you are uncertain about your membership status, or have any difficulties renewing online, please contact Kim Diehnelt at (312) 280-4223 or

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