By CELIA W. DUGGER
Published: September 24, 2009
CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Thousands of children marched to City Hall this week in sensible black shoes, a stream of boys and girls from township schools across this seaside city that extended for blocks, passing in a blur of pleated skirts, blazers and rep ties. Their polite demand: Give us libraries and librarians.
“We want more information and knowledge,” said a ninth grader, Abongile Ndesi…continue reading…