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Here’s the link for more information about the PS244 fundraising campaign

Here’s the link to the GIVE IT ALL TO ME Library Collection at OutofPrintClothing.com.

Check it out! The good folks dropped me a line about this project last week, and I’m happy to boost for Library Week.

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I love these.  Love them.  And for a great cause.

THE LIVE LONG GAY  Protesters decrying a ban on LGBT groups line the sidewalk as a marcher participates in New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day parade on Monday.  Mayor Bill de Blasio boycotted the parade, as did the makers of Guinness beer, who canceled their sponsorship over the parade organizers’ homophobic stance.  (Photo: Marcus Santos / New York Daily News)

THE LIVE LONG GAY  Protesters decrying a ban on LGBT groups line the sidewalk as a marcher participates in New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day parade on Monday.  Mayor Bill de Blasio boycotted the parade, as did the makers of Guinness beer, who canceled their sponsorship over the parade organizers’ homophobic stance.  (Photo: Marcus Santos / New York Daily News)

New York City firefighters perch atop a hill of rubble after a pair of buildings collapsed in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan on Wednesday morning.  Investigators believe a gas main ruptured, setting off an explosion that leveled one apartment building and ripped off the side of another.  At least three people were killed and dozens more injured; at least eight people remain unaccounted for.  (Photo: Richard Perry / The New York Times)

New York City firefighters perch atop a hill of rubble after a pair of buildings collapsed in the East Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan on Wednesday morning.  Investigators believe a gas main ruptured, setting off an explosion that leveled one apartment building and ripped off the side of another.  At least three people were killed and dozens more injured; at least eight people remain unaccounted for.  (Photo: Richard Perry / The New York Times)