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The Urban Libraries Council (ULC), founded in 1971, is a membership association of leading public library systems in the U.S. and Canada.
With the help of our members, ULC strategically advances the value that 21st century libraries provide communities in critical areas such as education, lifelong learning, workforce and economic development, public safety, health and wellness and environmental sustainability.
As thought leaders and change agents, ULC libraries regularly receive accolades at the national, regional and local levels. While ULC libraries primarily represent urban and suburban settings, lessons from their work are widely adapted by libraries of all sizes, including those in rural settings.