The Librarian of Congress wants to upgrade its technology to make the eclectic mix of materials from books and photos to sheet music and baseball cards - available to people around the world. Carla Hayden became the new director of the world's largest library five months ago, becoming the first woman and the first African-American to hold the job. VOA's Deborah Block tells us more about the professional librarian and her plans to improve the prestigious national library in Washington, D.C.
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