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.READ MORE: CDC Reverses Course, Recommends People Wear Masks Indoors Where COVID Rates Are High
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.