(Richmond, IN)--An upcoming event at Morrison-Reeves Library is raising eyebrows from some and drawing support from others. This week, Morrison-Reeves announced the lineup for its Community Voices series. In the program, guests read to kids between the ages of six and 12. The library website described the goal of the series: ..."it’s to open the curious minds of children to explore diversity and inclusion." The March reader is disabled and the April reader will talk about bullying. The May reader is Sweet T, who is a self-described professional drag queen. Community Voices guests will be reading in the children’s programming room.