The activist and human rights advocate changed American tennis.
For centuries, libraries have played a vital role in convening people and connecting them to information — mostly through books. There have been a lot of doom-and-gloom predictions for the institutions since the dawn of the digital age. After all, what role does book sharing play in a world where information is everywhere?
But for those willing to think outside the box, the future of libraries looks bright.
- Todd Bol Creator and Executive Director, Little Free Library
- Amy Garmer Director of the Aspen Institute Dialogue on Public Libraries
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