It became so important because the community was exposed to what was going on in these schools, and then eventually we brought in the corporations that—these are the young people that work in the corporations, they live out in the suburbs where they don't see what's going on in the inner-city, and when you can make them aware of it—it had a two-fold
purpose. It is really exciting. And, when we would go in, and we would
find that the library had become storage. Because there were no librarians, we started training some teachers to take over the library. As we got acquainted in the schools, there was more than tutoring needs. We helped in many areas.
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