#Censorship News Roundup

Librarian Vandalizes 2 Public Libraries, Spray Painting “Groomers”: Book Censorship News, June 24, 2022

This week's book censorship news includes a roundup of Pride displays being dismantled, Pride story time protests, and more.

“Once the Books Start Coming Off the Shelves, We’ll See You In Court.”: Book Censorship News, June 17, 2022

This week's book censorship news, including white supremacists crashing a Drag Queen Story Hour and a wave of of lawsuits.

How Moms For Liberty’s Book Ratings System Enters Schools: Book Censorship News, June 10, 2022

This week's book censorship news and a look at how a book rating system from Moms For Liberty is infiltrating schools.

The Misinformation Age: Book Censorship News, June 3, 2022

This week's book censorship news and the truth behind the State Farm-GenderCool project.

Business As Usual: Book Censorship News, May 27, 2022

This week's book censorship news, including a warning about upcoming challenges and protests to Pride displays and events.

You Need To Talk About The Sex Parts in Banned Books: Book Censorship News, May 20, 2022

This week's book censorship news from across the US, as well as why it's vital to talk about sex and gender in banned books.

The School Board Project, Round One: Book Censorship News, May 13, 2022

Meet The School Board Project. That, plus book challenges in Maine, Texas, Vermont, and more in this week's censorship news roundup.

How to Update Your Book Challenge Forms (with Template): Book Censorship News, May 6, 2022

South Carolina considering a law that withholds public library funds if "inappropriate" materials are available and more censorship news.

How One District Is Pushing Back Against Book Banning: Book Censorship News, April 22, 2022

58 books pulled from a Florida school district, a state politician demands book be removed from a Kansas school, and more censorship news.

What Do School Boards Do?: This Week’s Book Censorship News, April 15, 2022

A look at what role the school board plays, particularly with book challenges. That and this week's roundup of censorship news.