Monthly Archives: February 2016

How libraries can connect people with services

Some amazing librarian, Katie Johnson, turned storytime into a way to really help low-income families and children get the help they need–medical help, food, education. This is what I love. This is what I believe. It’s a trope: libraries can … Continue reading

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Are public libraries really a “layer of fat” in city budgets?

I’m fortunate to be surrounded by library supporters. Really. But sometimes it’s easy to forget that there really are such things as non-supporters of the library. GASP! Really? Non-supporters? I ran into one on a friend’s Facebook post about library … Continue reading

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