#book bans

Fight Censorship With These Banned Book Goodies

Shirts, pins, and stickers promoting banned books and fighting censorship are a great way to keep book bans in the public consciousness.

The Controversy of The Rabbits’ Wedding by Garth Williams

In 1959, The Rabbits' Wedding by Garth Williams became the target of segregationists... because one rabbit was white and one black.

What Is Publishing Doing to Combat Censorship?

Have you wondered what concrete measures publishing houses are taking to combat censorship? Read on to find out.

The Correlation Between Sundown Towns and Book Bans: Forsyth County, GA

Disclaimer: due to the topic of this article, there will be some mentions of racial violence and a brief mention ...

How to Contact Your Legislators About Book Bans (And Why it Matters)

We've got all the tools you need to research and contact your local lawmakers about book bans and censorship.

Please Stop Telling Authors That Having a Banned Book is a Good Thing

It's really not the compliment you think it is, it's not even close to being a backhanded compliment. A banned book is heartbreaking.

Join the #FReadom Letter Writing Campaign to Combat Censorship!

The #FReadom campaign is asking you to write your school board with provided templates to support school libraries and access to information.

Banned, Censored, & Burned Books: There’s A Museum For That

Get to know the brand new Banned Books museum, located in Estonia.

Why and How Censorship Thrives in American Prisons

How and why censorship thrives in American prisons, denying the incarcerated their First Amendment rights, and what you can do about it.