A library operating on the honor system has moved from New Haven to Brooklyn to generate the exchange of local knowledge.

In the spirit of embracing local community dialogue and sharing, the Kindness and Imagination Development Society (K.I.D.S) founder and artist, Colin McMullen, has moved his creative project from New Haven, Connecticut, to Williamsburg, Brooklyn — specifically at the intersection of Leonard and Withers. At the corner is a little house with a bright and welcoming orange door that says,

Welcome! This library is meant to encourage us all to publish and share information about local resources, issues, events, the many personal matters we care about deeply.

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