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Rooftops, cafes and Zoom rooms: Libraries evolve to serve remote workers

ULC and President & CEO Brooks Rainwater are featured in an article from The Washington Post about the resurgence of public libraries as co-working spaces. ULC member libraries DC Public Library, Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library, LA County Library and Boston Public Library are highlighted.

"Long before WeWork, libraries were the original co-working spaces. But since the coronavirus pandemic started, libraries are evolving to better serve remote and hybrid workers, especially in large metropolitan areas, according to Brooks Rainwater, CEO and president of the Urban Libraries Council."