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Reading for librarians & advocates: interview with Gail Bush

Reading for librarians & advocates: interview with Gail Bush from the New Cybrary by Terry Dawson.    Really nice ideas and things to say as we work with our elected officials to secure funding for our vital community roles.

I like this one in particular

“Entering a library on any given day is like standing in a river with the waters flowing around you. As you enter the library, it is your identity that becomes the driving force. How might that library serve your needs? Who are you today? Who are you in the process of becoming?”

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