What was supposed to be a fun game to encourage adults to check out materials from DeKalb County (Ga.) Public Libraries more often has turned into a conversation about inclusion and diversity. Natalie Pereles visited the Toco Hill-Avis G. Williams branch and picked up a set of promotional “Books Bingo” cards. When she saw that one of the squares said “Read a Christian fiction book,” she went on Facebook to vent. Pereles, who is Jewish, took it as another example of people forgetting that many faiths are observed in America. The library soon replaced the cards with ones that show “Check out a cookbook” in its place.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 11