- Vote for Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library. Its main entry doors need restoration. Built in 1941, “Central Library is an anchor institution, a modernist landmark, and one of Brooklyn’s most beloved and celebrated civic spaces, welcoming more than one million visitors annually. Its unusual design resembles an open book, with a 50-foot entry portico. As record numbers of Brooklynites are using the library, the care and preservation of the landmark building is an institutional and community priority.”
- Urban Librarians Unite needs your ARCs! Galleys!
- The UniRead event needs readers. Do you speak Spanish, German, Arabic, Czech, Esperanto, Farsi, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, or Polish? C’mon!
~Love and Save Your Libraries, Ingrid