ABC News story on homelessness and libraries

“Can you do a live training within 2 hours of New York City?”

This was my first conversation with a producer at ABC News.

She had seen a story in The Guardian that I was featured in.

“Oh, and we need it within three weeks.”

After a few frantic emails from me, the staff at Upper Darby Public Library (outside Philadelphia) agreed to let ABC News (and me!) invade their library.

They ran the story last week.

It is very well done and only 8:30 minutes long.

Here are links to specific parts:








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