You’re invited! Join us for Little Free Library Unbound, our digital events series connecting stewards, supporters, and book-lovers of all kinds to chat about literacy, book sharing, stewardship, and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions for our guest panelists, and our moderator will lead a discussion alongside the Q&A.
Our 19th chapter of Unbound aired live on August 11. Little Free Library’s Program Coordinator Lexie Neeley chatted with stewards Anne Armstrong and Rigel Cummins about damage from vandalism, weather, and other circumstances, and how they each have found paths forward to keep sharing books with their communities.
Chapter 19 Guests and Moderator
Anne Armstrong (she/her) is a mom, educator, and the founder of My Gnome on the Roam, a brand of toys and tools that help families create adventures and make memories, even in small pockets of time.
Rigel Cummins (he/him) started operating LFL #85175 in early 2019 as part of a data collection project for a college course as part of the Urban Sustainability program at Brooklyn College. The first 2 months of collected data was processed for a final presentation showing the impressive mass and value of paper and other materials that were kept in circulation and out of the waste stream. Since then Rigel has continued to gather additional data which he hopes to use to evaluate how the use of LFLs has changed during the Covid-19 pandemic and related societal upheavals.
Previously on Little Free Library Unbound
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