Little Diverse Library

Tangi Thomas of Tri-Town Against Racism takes part in the September 10 ceremonial ribbon cutting for the newest Little Diverse Library at Ned’s Point park in Mattapoisett. Members and supporters of the local anti-racism organization celebrated the realization of the vision of 2020 Keel Award winner Kelsey Robertson, who at age 10 sought to bring books to libraries that reflect the diversity of community children. Little Diverse Libraries are planned for each of the Tri-Town communities. The contents of the Little Diverse Library in Mattapoisett were donated by the town. The final Little Diverse Library will be located in Rochester near Plumb Library sometime this fall, Tri-Town Against Racism co-founder Alison Noyce said. The Little Diverse Library in Marion is located at Old Landing on Front Street. Photo by Marilou Newell

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