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As a teen librarian, my goal is to make the library a place that teenagers want to be, and in order to do that it’s my job to provide digital and physical resources that will exceed their expectations: access to the internet and useful software, a collection of books that includes a variety of genres and types of characters, and programs that will hold students’ attention.  The library should be a place that everyone feels comfortable, a place where anyone can come and feel included and respected, regardless of their race, religion, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexuality, disability, financial status, level of education, or anything else, and when teens are provided with that kind of supportive environment they can thrive and help create a more inclusive, vibrant future.


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