Students speaking out against book bans in Granbury, Texas were called "radicals" and "gaslighters" by the superintendent.
The "Orwellian" decision to ban a graphic novel that depicts the horrors of the Holocaust was made days before Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The school's principal demanded "sexually explicit material" be removed and revoked purchasing power from the librarian and staff.
The Streisand effect claims that banning a book will only make it more popular. But that ignores the inequity of censorship.
1 star reviews calling these books "trash" and advocating they be burned take the top review spots on Amazon. You can help change that.
The #FReadom campaign is asking you to write your school board with provided templates to support school libraries and access to information.
In response to an increase in book censorship attempts in 2021, the School Library Journal has started a library censorship tips hotline.
"Reading books like All Boys Aren't Blue have helped me acknowledge who I am," said one Ankeny, Iowa, high school junior.
Following Republic lawmaker Matt Krause's letter and pressure from the governor, North East ISD in Texas has pulled 414 books for review.
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