State Library Association recognizes NUP for role in library issue

 

March 28, 2024

-Submitted photo by Manochehr Nourizadeh

Elise Severe, president of the Neighbors United for Progress, speaks after being presented the Candace Morgan Intellectual Freedom Award at the Washington Library Association's meeting in March. With Severe on state are Johanna Jacobsen Kiciman, WLA's Past President, and Sarah Logan, WLA president.

SPOKANE–The Neighbors United for Progress (NUP) a local political action committee, has been awarded the Candace Morgan Intellectual Freedom Award for 2024 by the Washington Library Association (WLA). Elise Severe, NUP President, accepted the award on behalf of the group, during the WLA's annual Conference Awards Reception in the Spokane Convention Center March 2.

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