48% of the text in the new library materials policy was taken from the Texas Education Agency's policy, much of it word-for-word.
The Brevard Public School system has removed a math game and an online library geared towards children 12 and under.
Nashville Public Library makes a limited edition library card in response to nationwide censorship efforts.
The diocese cancelled the author visit and fired several governors. Now the school is closed due to a staf shortage as teachers strike in protest.
Authors of sex ed books and the librarians that carry them are being accused of "grooming" kids, but these books can help keep them safe.
Residents of Llano County are suing for the library board violating their First Amendment rights by banning books without public input.
The UnBanned Books initiative will give anyone in the U.S. between 13-21 a free eCard, giving them access to frequently challenged ebooks.
The story of the Chicago Public School district trying to ban Persepolis and the uproar that followed is being made into a book.
The lawsuit alleges that the bill recruits parents as "roving censors" of LGBTQ content, suing school districts for any perceived infraction.
The history of Nazi book burning is one of the most obvious antecedents to the censorship of books in the U.S.