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Libraries! What's not to love? Right? Andrew Carnegie believed that establishing a free public library was the “best gift” that can be given to any community. A man of his word, he built 2,500 libraries worldwide before he was done. But the story doesn’t stop with the “Patron Saint of Libraries.” In this special edition of the Carnegie Reporter newsletter, we look at the beloved institution from a number of angles, ranging from an eloquent essay by Vartan Gregorian (“Can Libraries Save America?”) to in-depth explorations of both the benefits and potential risks inherent in libraries’ digital futures. But libraries are much more than books and physical spaces, they are filled with people — and amazing people at that. Syreeta McFadden introduces us to Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, the great African American bibliophile and namesake of New York’s famous Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. And artist Sean Qualls pays tribute to 10 incredible women, winners of the 2018 I Love My Librarian Award. There are no late fees here!

We Love Our Libraries — and Especially Our Librarians!

With a colorful portfolio of portraits, we pay tribute to 10 of the most dynamic, creative, and downright inspirational librarians in America — recipients of the 2018 I Love My Librarian Award.

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Can Libraries Save America?

American libraries have shown an amazing ability to reinvent themselves — even as they work quietly and diligently to transform lives while bringing together and strengthening the communities they serve. But do we deserve them? Can we keep them?

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Celebrating the History and Culture of the Black Experience

Since 1925, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, one of the world’s leading cultural institutions devoted to preserving, documenting, and celebrating black life in America and worldwide, has served as Harlem's vibrant heart.

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Saving the (Digital) Bits

Bodley’s Librarian Richard Ovenden warns that libraries must rise to the challenge of the digital era, preserving vital electronic information — before it’s too late.

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Democratizing and Preserving Knowledge

Ceaseless technological innovation — think “born-digital” data like email, websites, blogs, text messages, and podcasts — has made saving our cultural legacy more urgent and complicated, not less.

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African Libraries Are Bridging a Digital Divide

Expanding broadband and smartphone access presents a transformative opportunity for African scholarship, but putting those tools to work will take future-ready skills. Tech-savvy librarians are ready to help.

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