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lisha cauthen 25 Sep 10
Ya know, it's not real hard to be an anarchist. Just read Huck Finn.
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Atheist on a Soapbox Sep 8
Knowing how to read is not enough. There are people who can read who are just as dumb as some who can’t. HOW MUCH you read and HOW WIDELY makes all the difference in the world!
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Erin Gray 26 Sep 16
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Atheist on a Soapbox Sep 4
If everything you “know” about any particular subject comes from what you were taught in church, do yourself a huge favor and head to your public library as soon as possible!
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The New School 29 Sep 16
Stand up against censorship.
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West Ashley - ASM Counselors Sep 28
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Jess 27 Sep 17
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Mrs. Cary 26 Sep 17
One of my favorite but sometimes banned books. !
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Ethan 31 Oct 16
This morning in my comm lecture, I realized my goal to one day make it on the banned book list
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Eugene Lang College 30 Sep 16
What's your favorite banned book?
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Hackelmeier Library 26 Sep 17
Stop by and pick up a button or sticker to celebrate !
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UHCL Neumann Library 25 Sep 17
It's and we're so excited at the ! Come check out our display and !
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AliefLibraries 27 Sep 17
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Mary Jo Naber 23 Sep 16
Celebrating Banned Books Week next week! EFHS celebrates the right to read!
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Lenawee Dist Library 27 Sep 16
The American Library Associations most challenged books of 2015: celebrate the
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DiMenna-Nyselius Library 25 Sep 13
Banned for satanism, anti-family values, and being unchristian.
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SEM Library 18 Sep 17
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Iowa City Public Library 23 Sep 11
Celebrate Banned Books Week: Sept. 24−Oct. 1, 2011: http://ow.ly/6B1JJ
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Hebron Reads 26 Sep 16
Happy 2016! What are you reading? Let's celebrate ALL books today and every day!
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Kait Tonti, Ph.D. 22 Sep 16
Another year, another Banned Books Week display! Very happy to be a part of this tradition.
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