Filed under: community, Newark | Tags: Alameda County Library, newark Library, Pride
June is Pride month and GLBT book month, and while we who work and come to the library regularly know that libraries are safe, welcoming places, not everyone who should know does know. So the staff at Newark Library wanted to take some photos to make it clear that you, whoever you are and wherever you are, you belong at your library.
And then Orlando happened.
Suddenly, letting people in the LGBTQIA community – and the Latinx community – know that we welcome all into our safe spaces became even more important.
And, as has been shared so much this past week – but cannot be said enough:
We stand with you; we are proud of you. You are brave; you are loved.
Photo credit: Sara Ward Charles | Sarabellum Photography © 2016 | www.sarabellumphotography.com
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