Ohio: Wright Memorial Public Library Launches Election 2016 Oral History Project
Wright Memorial Public Library is inviting local residents to share their thoughts and reactions to the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election in an oral history project in the next week.
In a released statement, Research Librarian Robyn Case said “Americans have been through a lot during this long, contentious election cycle. Libraries foster freedom of ideas and community involvement, so this is Wright Library’s way of giving people a chance to pause and reflect on things, as we collect a record of the reactions from right here in our community.”
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