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July 31, 2014

listen to spl voices
What does the Library mean to you? Participants shared the words that best describe what The Seattle Public Library means to them. Here are a sampling of the words chosen: democracy, cozy, possibility, experience, inspiring, essential, place of knowledge, exhilarating, hope, serendipity, freedom, opportunity, life-changing, love, collections, access, community, help, sanctuary, transformative, learning, collaboration, equal, innovation, home, exploration.

Listen to our spl voice mosaic

 

SPL Voices celebrates the history, meaning and impact of The Seattle Public Library in Seattle’s past and future.

We partnered with StoryCorps to begin collecting personal stories and conversations from a variety of perspectives. Explore selected conversations, and then celebrate the role of the Library by sharing your story online using the hashtag #SPLVoices.

 

 
 

 

What Does the Library Mean to You?

The Library is for everyone, and we want to hear everyone’s voice. So tell us and celebrate the role of the library in Seattle’s past and future by sharing one word, a story, or a meaningful photo that describes what the Library means to you and why.

 

 
 
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Speak for yourself

Make your own creation and share online using #SPLVoices.
(Or you can Submit Your SPL Voice using our form, and we may add your voice to the celebration.)

Record

Speak for yourself by using the SoundCloud app to record your voice, or snap a pic, or tap some text.

Share

Using #SPLVoices, post, tweet @SPLBuzz, or pin.

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All of the full-length StoryCorps recordings will be added to our special collections archive, as well as The Library of Congress.

 
 

 

StoryCorps

Produced by The Seattle Public Library with interviews recorded by StoryCorps, a national non-profit whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. www.storycorps.org