On the Street

When did you last visit the downtown library?


It's probably been seven or eight months. Maybe last fall.

How do you feel about the recent debate about people who are homeless and stay in the library?

I haven't been there enough to see that it's a problem. I've never felt unsafe when I was there.


Kinda like two years ago.

How do you feel about the library?

I think it's a great place, and I love that they have different resources there. On Mondays they do the free legal help. That's what I go there for. They had lawyers there you could talk to and get free advice from.


About a year ago. In fact, it was two years ago.

What was your reason for going?

I've never checked a book out from there, I have a card that allows me to go there, and I went there to do an interview. A job interview that was remote, so I was using their conference rooms. I just don't go to libraries much anymore.


Last week.

What do you like about it?

I like to read books, so basically I go and read books and check out the DVDs, things like that. The last one I read was The Line Becomes a River. It has to deal with the immigration issues in our country right now.


Five months ago.

What do you do there?

I would say to use Wi-Fi or check out a book, one of those two. Or study for a few hours.


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