‘sunshine week’ Category

… and More Sunshine

The 2010 State of the Media Report has just been released – a terrific review of what’s going on with the news media and where things are headed. There is also a freshly-issued Secrecy Report Card from Open the Government that sums up developments is government secrecy and transparency in 2009. The Electronic Frontier Foundation […]

It’s Sunshine Week

Sunshine week is March 14th-20th. In celebration Open the Government.org is presenting a web cast called “Building Transparency.” Stream the live teleconference to your desktop on March 19th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Click here for more information. This teleconference is made available by Minitex and promoted by the Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library.

Ain’t No Sunshine

It’s National Sunshine Week – an annual effort to highlight the importance of transparency in government. Though journalists are the primary organizers, the importance of freedom of information extends to all of us. (You knew our library is part of the Federal Depository library system, didn’t you? That’s why we have publications ranging from US […]