The most important part of public libraries isn’t the “library”; it’s the “public.”

I hang out at libraries, even when I’m not looking for a book :
"Libraries are information warriors fighting the digital divide that can be caused by age and income. As I travel up and down the province for work I'm always certain to check out the frequently old, frequently brick buildings in many places too small for much else. I have now been to most of them, and they have more in common than what sets them apart---invaluable access to programs and information that can shape the communities they sit in. "


I seek out libraries in towns across America. In every library I find activity. I am so impressed in our national libraries always people, always computers and lets not forget books.

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