Libraries in the Era of ‘Vaxxed’

Public libraries face difficult questions regarding what vaccine materials to make available to patrons. How to decide?

Deciding what to make available to patrons — and what not to — would seem perilous territory for America’s repositories of ideas, though debates over library collections are not new. But in an era beset by “fake news” and other artifacts of the disinformation age, libraries once again face difficult choices. (Visual: )

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