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Burnsville Library included in national pilot program

The American Library Association has announced twelve artists and library staff teams selected for the pilot cohort for ALA’s Civic Imagination Stations. The program is supported by The Estée Lauder Companies WRITING CHANGE initiative. Burnsville Public Library is one of the nationwide selections.

Quincy Potasnik will be the artist for the Burnsville Public Library. She will co-lead the program with BPL Librarian Beth Anderson.

WRITING CHANGE is a three-year global, literacy initiative in partnership with Amanda Gorman, the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history, award-winning writer, and Estée . . .

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