From Delmarva Today:
June Brittingham goes to work like any other librarian, in a building with posters on the wall, a carpeted floor and books arranged according to the Dewey Decimal system.
The only difference is she passes through a metal detector, series of automated sliding doors and pristinely gardened prison yard on her way to work.
The library at Eastern Correctional Institution, a medium-security prison in Westover, Maryland, serves a population of around 3,400 inmates, though only those who seek its services go there.
For that small percentage, the building is an oasis amidst incarcerated life.
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