Youth librarian Natasha Forrester Campbell loved helping people find what they were looking for at the local library she worked at in Multnomah County, Oregon.
But in 12 years of working, she found certain questions stumped her again and again. Often, parents of non-white children would ask her: Where were the diverse children’s books? Where can I find the faces of kids who look like mine?
“People with different races or socioeconomic backgrounds would come to their local libraries for ways to teach their children about the world,” she says.
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