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Andria Amaral Sep 14
I’m in love with this display my amazing team put together.
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Hope College Library Sep 12
In preparation for (Sept 22-28), get "caught" reading a banned or challenged book and take your "mug shot". All the fun is on the first floor by the Research Help Desk. Tag your posts with so we can see them!
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Escape Artists Inc. 2h
Hey everyone, it's a really exciting couple of weeks coming up at the Escape Artists' Podcast Network: -Episode 666 at THIS FRIDAY! - at next week -Episode 700! at the first week of October!
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Books to Prisoners Sep 12
Did you know that is launching a campaign for to fight prison censorship?! "We call on states and the federal government to lift these pointless bans and uphold the freedom to read." Read more at
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Banned Books Week UK 5h
💥Rebel readers and radical writers! 💥 Celebrate the to read during Banned Books Week (22-28 September).✏️ Visit: for events, resources and ideas on how to get involved.
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El Paso Library Sep 12
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Stagetext 49m
With David Hare and , chaired by , the writers consider walls in literature and in our lives for Banned Books Week. Join them for this event
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Mrs. Freeman, Doss Library Sep 13
Exercise your right to read what you choose by checking out a banned book!
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Index on Censorship 17h
: A short history of comic book censorship in America via
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Rocky River Library 2h
Enter to win a Gift that includes a Baker Mayfield Browns Jersey! Just comment with your favorite banned book. Get an additional bonus entry by including a photo of yourself with your favorite banned book.
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Royal Society of Literature Sep 7
' forces us to reflect on the history and actuality of censorship, once more to confront the chilling truth that where books are burned, humans follow and where writers are silenced, the population suffers' – 23-29 Sept
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Banned Books Week UK Sep 11
Calling all libraries! Free webinar on 23 September for with and looking at three ways librarians can combat censorship.
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BHS Library Sep 10
Getting ready for in the - do you see any of your favorites? 📚
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PEN America Sep 12
As part of , which starts 9/22, PEN America will launch “Literature Locked Up: Banned Books Week 2019” a week-long initiative to bring attention to the regular practice of banning book access to prisoners. via
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📚Deborah Zeman MLS 21h
Something’s coming...👀🔥🔥 If you would like the link to this , let me know! I am happy to share!!!
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McEachern Yearbook Sep 11
Visit to check out a banned book this week! Let’s celebrate our freedom to express and digest ideas that are dangerous enough to be (temporarily) censored.
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ALA OIF Sep 14
With the recent censoring of the Harry Potter series, what about hosting a magical Bingo program for ? Accio programming tips:
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Chavez Lobo Library Sep 14
is an annual awareness campaign promoted by the American Library Association. It celebrates the freedom to read, draws attention to banned & challenged books, & highlights persecuted individuals. Read below to find out the difference between a challenge & a ban.
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Ro- Children’s Librarian Sep 14
An elementary, but really all age, picture book to explore why books are banned & how the power of the written word cannot be contained or erased. & The Book Tree. Book is Sept 22-28th!
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Valpo_Library Sep 14
Banned Books Week is just around the corner! Be sure to check out our celebration on Monday, September 23rd at 7 pm. Come discuss privacy and censorship, hear readings from commonly banned books, and enjoy refreshments. It's also core lab approved!
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