Front Lines and Fault:Lines Embarking on the next great era of library services
Recently, on my way to the ALA office here in Chicago, I—dressed in my
mask and gloves—was greeted by my rideshare driver, an older
African-American man who was surprisingly barefaced. I asked if he could
use the extra mask in my pocket, and he accepted, thanking me. I added
that there would be a mask and glove giveaway that weekend in my far
South Side neighborhood.