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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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American Library Association Oct 1
ICYM this set of livestream interviews...
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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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MelissaScholesYoung Oct 3
Ready to chat about books and raising free-range readers live at noon Join our conversation!
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Brooks 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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Human Rights Campaign Sep 28
This , Foundation’s Welcoming Schools is proud to celebrate four stories that are too often denied to young people who deserve to see themselves reflected in their classes. 📚🛑🏳️‍🌈
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First Book Sep 28
Our last pick for is . Since its publication 54 years ago, this book has been one of the most commonly . Critics say the book undermines religious beliefs, depicts magical elements, and alludes to Communism.
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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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Mandy Porras Sep 29
My scholars are very excited to start reading over their intersession break. It was also so cool to get feedback from parents on it. We will be closing it all up with a dinner & movie night in a couple weeks! Can't wait!!!
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NY Public Library Oct 1
Did you miss ? We have plenty of resources to help you catch up and learn about books that are challenged:
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Subpoena Colada Dec 18
One of the reasons I got into the work I do is because I believe strongly in intellectual freedom and the power of reading. I love the work of and I shot a photo series of the 2017 Most Challenged books using copies from my local library. 1/
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First Book Oct 1
We're giving away all the we've featured this to one lucky member of our of educators. Visit us on Facebook to enter our before it closes Monday at 12p EST!
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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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Jeri Walker, Editor Feb 17
: Should We Ever Ban Books? by A. K. Andrew
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@JD_Ellevsen Sep 28
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Ms. Boismier 🤓 Oct 14
Letters to the North Pole? Nope. It’s just me getting ready to mail a massive pile of letters Ss wrote in support of authors for last month.
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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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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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R D Ronald Sep 29
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The CCBC Sep 29
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