Librarian Ashley Molzen of the Forrest Avenue Library in Des Moines, Iowa helps immigrants with the most difficult of all barriers: conversation. By starting a program called Coffee and Conversation, this dedicated librarian is teaching immigrants from a wide variety (way bigger selection than most would imagine Iowa getting) conversational English, the kind that can be found over a cup of coffee (a key to librarian programming, kids, work in the snacks). Molzen describes the library not only as a place to get 50 Shades of Grey (which the library has, natch) but as an equalizer in the community. The program helped around 150 immigrants last year and is only growing. We at the Banned Library salute librarians like Molzen for getting closer into patrons lives than we ever, ever, ever will.