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» Examining the challenges facing the profession
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September 2022 | Volume XL, Issue 3

Native Language Programs Transcend Boundaries
Freedom Nguyen, Prospect Heights Public Library District
Libraries Adapt, Reach Out, and Join Forces to Help Job Seekers Navigate the “New Normal”
John Amundsen, Wilmette Public Library
Intellectual Freedom Challenges to Library- Initiated Programs: Some Recent Examples from Illinois Libraries
Jeremy Andrykowski, Oak Park Public Library and Matt Matkowski, Palos Heights Public Library

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