All Chicago libraries were closed temporarily Thursday due to “digital bomb threats,” according to Chicago police, who said they did not believe the threats were credible.
Suburban libraries also dealt with their own bomb threats this week. A branch in west suburban Aurora received a bomb and active shooter threat.
Reset hears from the state librarian — aka Illinois’ Secretary of State — and a former librarian who now writes about book censorship.
GUESTS: Alexi Giannoulias, Illinois Secretary of State
Kelly Jensen, writer and editor, Book Riot