Friday, May 20, 2016

Holidays and Libraries: Rethinking Our Programming

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  1. GREAT post! There are SO many other things to "celebrate" besides holidays!!

  2. This is all SO GOOD; one line that jumped out to me was "One additional thing I’ve learned to think about is that there is NO STRONG NEED to educate people about traditions of the dominant culture."

    In that one sentence, I think you've captured the distance between the public libraries of the Progressive era (teaching people how to be Real Americans) and some the values we aspire to now.