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CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 17: Copies of The Anarchist Cookbook by William Powell sit on a shelf behind the counter in the reference section of the Harold Washington Library on December 17, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. William Powell, who published the book in 1971 at the age of 19, has requested the book be taken 'quietly and immediately out of print', after discovering that the book was studied by the student who recently opened fire at Arapahoe High School in Colorado, Powell. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

There is still goodness in the world, and this proves it!

With Coronavirus showing no signs of stopping anytime soon, some American’s have been reacting in a very harsh way by hoarding groceries. If you’ve been to a grocery store in Charlotte this week, you’ve probably noticed that it’s pretty empty.

Well some people have taken it into their own hands to help those who may need food to live.

You’ve probably seen the “Little Free Libraries” before; I’ve seen a couple around town. People have them in their year where you can come and borrow a book, while replacing it with another one. Well now, people are turning their “Little Free Libraries” into “Little Free Pantries” for those in need.



I think this is an incredible idea! We have to stick together right now and this is a great way to help out those in need if you have a “Little Free Library” near you.