A concerned parent patron challenged a Wisconsin public library recently to offer, at a minimum, both sides of an issue. The patron found seventy-five books in the library pushing or normalizing the transgender agenda and not a single book representing the other side. Working with appropriate parties and finding other like-minded citizens to join her, she has made good progress in getting the library to agree to purchase some books that offer a different point of view on the issue.
Libraries really need citizen involvement to bring about needed change. So real-life stories like this one are encouraging. Concerned citizens who seek to make a difference in the right way can often accomplish a great deal. Knowing the local officials and library staff and board members is essential, as is enlisting others. This is how you multiply the power of one.
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