The Public Library Reimagined (2/8) -- Libraries are not typical, neighborhood "community centers;" they are grounded in a series of very specific and important services that they provide to the community. They provide free and open access to information for everyone, and make the community stronger. One specific example is libraries that help people with enrollment in the Affordable Care Act. They provide support to people who do not have the digital access or literacy necessary to find the proper care. It is this support and access that make libraries more than a community center, but rather the center of a community.