Public libraries continue to thrive despite defunding and privatization attacks | Opinion

Published by

The public sector in the U.S. has been shrinking rapidly since the 1990s as a deluge of privatization has, to various degrees, overtaken many so-called public services and institutions. Public education, for example, has been increasingly privatized by way of racist school voucher programs, and the expansion of for-profit charter schools and for-profit education management organizations (EMOs). Private organizations own and operate the nation’s homeless shelters and food banks, and oversee many welfare programs including Head Start programs and child welfare assistance. Medicare and Medicaid s…

Read More

See also  Against The Odds: Popular Social Media Influencer And Model Jackie Leigh, On Forging Ahead With Her Life And Career

Leave a Reply