INFORMATION + LEARNING TOOLS + HUMAN CAPACITY = FUEL FOR THE ECONOMIC ENGINE
This could be you, your neighbor, your cousin, your clerk at the local store.
When students traveled to the Museum of African Diaspora, for some, the first time in a museum, and later enjoyed the dance and food flavors of an ancient time, did this knowledge contribute to the fuel for our economy?
When Providencia took a break to create her own mask, the room hummed with energy. When she and others presented themselves to the group, they rethought their cognitive processes, retracing their actions and their motives. Is this not important in today’s work world?
Inspired by “Seed Folks,” the students and tutors plant a community garden
Library literacy programs can be leaders in our economic future, if we are open to creating new sources of energy to fuel our economy.