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Why Libraries’ Survival Matters

Topic: Libraries In advance of “Do Libraries Have a Future?” a Zócalo Public Square event in partnership with WeHo Reads, we asked eight writers to reflect on the most memorable library they ever visited, what it meant to them, and whether it should exist in 100 years. From Why Libraries’ Survival Matters | PublicCEO Tweet
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