NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An Upper East Side librarian is putting on a display at the New York Public Library’s Webster branch. Actually, she’s putting herself on display.
Kristy Raffensberger spends about an hour every day inside of a glass case in an effort to raise awareness about a proposed $47 million budget cut that would affect the library.
She told 1010 WINS reporter Sonia Rincon on Friday that she was inspired by librarians from Georgia.
“They did a window display of people sitting in a chair reading banned books, for banned book week,” she said.