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NCAC Sep 29
Thank you for celebrating ! You can continue the celebration of the right to read year-round! Check out for resources and programming ideas for events any time of year!
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ACLU Sep 30
Starting in 2013, various US public schools sought to ban Persepolis, a visual novel written by a woman of color about growing up during the Islamic Revolution. They couldn't silence our voices or forget our stories. ✊
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Banned Books Week Nov 27
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JUNIPER Sep 29
So I’ve been curled up at the library with my kiddo for a few days; it’s Did you know that The Lorax was banned for “portraying the [ag] industry unfavorably”? Yeah. It has always been time to revolt.
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Savannah ❄ Sep 28
This week I wrote an article on "Speak" by . I'm so glad I did because this is the book our country needs right now🌱🌲
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Jodie Ginsberg Oct 1
Thank you for the fantastic evening last week. Thoughtful, engaging, entertaining and constructive. I left with a huge grin. Excited for next steps!
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amightygirl Sep 29
Few things are as important as the freedom to read. For , we're sharing some Mighty Girl titles that are the frequent subject of challenges and bans. We're proud to have each of them in our list of empowering titles.
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Jacqui Castle 🏰 Sep 30
Congratulations, @Rickopottomos and ! You've WON my GIVEAWAY for 1 of 5 copies of my novel . DM me your shipping info and I'll get these babies in the mail for you!
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Brooksie Kramer Sep 28
The best way to end ? A pancake party in the library, followed by mugshots & a discussion about intellectual freedom.
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Delicate Watkins Sep 28
For , here's my copy of the Scary Stories treasury compilation. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz was a book of my generation.
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ALA Graphic Novels & Comics RT Sep 30
may be over but the fight for continues! Catch up on all 5 days of our Library livestream interviews between creators and librarians talking and on the Twitch page (all videos):
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The CCBC Sep 29
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IBA Karachi Oct 4
The library department of IBA celebrated a banned books week to encourage the right to read and fight the tide of censorship. 30 books in English and Urdu were displayed at the main campus library.
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Victoria Sanders Sep 28
My FAVORITE banned book! My students are only one chapter in and are already HOOKED!
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Deborah Zeman Oct 1
Great day of students competed against each other doing the breakout. Best time was 24:30!!! Talk about and So proud!!! Up next, about why the books should NOT be banned/challenged!!
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American Library Association Oct 1
ICYM this set of livestream interviews...
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Brooks “Belljingleman” Benjamin Oct 1
This ends tonight (not 9/30) at midnight PST, so RT the tweet below to enter to win this stack of banned books!
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Sunny Singh Sep 29
Keep thinking of what said at the event yesterday about how books that are banned get read. A lot! Books and writers who are silenced structurally disappear entirely
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NCAC Sep 28
"I’m going to build her library, introduce her to a wide range of books, & most importantly, ignite rage, rebelliousness, + a thirst for reading." read banned books to her baby & the results were amazing:
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Jeri Walker, Editor Dec 8
: Celebrating Diversity in Literature (Infographic)
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