A look at this week's book censorship news and why using the phrase "culture war" with book bans is factually inaccurate.
In 1959, The Rabbits' Wedding by Garth Williams became the target of segregationists...because one rabbit was white and one black.
Missouri's bill has led to hundreds of books being pulled and not returned to shelves. That, plus this week's book censorship news.
In recent years, certain groups have demanded a more robust rating system for books, but there are many reasons this would be inequitable.
BookLooks, RatedBooks, and more biased online rating systems getting books banned. That, plus this week's book censorship news.
Librarian Amanda Jones, who lost her defamation lawsuit in September, is continuing the fight.
Book banners are using resources meant to fight racism and promote inclusion for the exact opposite purpose.
Information literacy is one of the most essential tools to navigating modern society. Here are some ways to build yours.
The "Stop Sexualizing Children" Act, proposed at the federal level, would be a national "Don't Say Gay" bill.
This week's book censorship news, plus a look at US public libraries declaring themselves upholders of the First Amendment Rights of all.