A big thank you to the Knox County Public Library for the beautiful display and information about the “Me Too” moments we have come to recognize and identify with as a society.

Without a doubt there have been the personal “Me Too” experiences of many of our children, our young people, older people and our community as a whole.

To have our local library call attention to and reinforce in us that “Me Too” isn't something going on in just far away big cities or certain segments of society. It is most certainly a local issue and danger as well. Our local schools may want to duplicate their work. Our businesses, institutions and the chamber of commerce may also want to consider joining in this educational effort.

Another “tip of the hat” to the library staff and leadership. They are blessings well worth every penny that is spent for all they provide to our community.

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