Librarians Get the Third Degree

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On most days, LA Unified's school librarians are "fielding student queries about American history and Greek mythology and retrieving copies of vampire novels." But these days, they are on the witness stand in an improvised courtroom, facing interrogation from school attorneys, while "armed police officers hover nearby." That's according to Hector Tobar, columnist for the Los Angeles Times.



  • Héctor Tobar - Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of “Our Migrant Souls: A Meditation on Race and the Meanings and Myths of ‘Latino’”


Warren Olney