From The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA):
Last week’s massive earthquake—and subsequent tsunami—in Japan has caused an untold number of deaths and tremendous damage.  IFLA extends our deepest sympathy and sorrow to our Japanese colleagues as they struggle to deal with the damage to their lives and their country.
The following resources show how the library community has been affected and is responding:
Earthquake 201103 Japan
Statement from Mika Lawler, Director, Branch Libraries and Cooperation Division, Administrative Department National Diet Library
Message from Ryuichiro Takahashi, Chief of Library-user Support Section, Tokyo Gakugei University Library
savelibrary @ wiki (in Japanese)
Pictured above: A library in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan via IFLA

From The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA):

Last week’s massive earthquake—and subsequent tsunami—in Japan has caused an untold number of deaths and tremendous damage.  IFLA extends our deepest sympathy and sorrow to our Japanese colleagues as they struggle to deal with the damage to their lives and their country.

The following resources show how the library community has been affected and is responding:

Pictured above: A library in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan via IFLA

03/15/11 at 8:38am
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    Not archives-centric, but I think we can all agree that this is an important issue, nonetheless.
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