Banned Books Week is an annual awareness campaign that celebrates the freedom to read, draws attention to banned and challenged books, and highlights persecuted individuals.
Check out poetry resources for Hispanic Heritage Month, Arts in Education Week, & Banned Books Week:
Bookmarking this short article about why AND TANGO MAKES THREE was banned.
Th boost Orwellian thing I've discovered this week:. got 3 out of 10. Take the quiz.
Why do books get censored? Hear writers and journalists explore this issue during Banned Books Week 2016:…
I'm sure the will want to feature front and center next "Banned Books Week."
"FYI, It is Banned Week here is the website about it."
Update: just informed this love story inspired a book and said book is on the banned books list:
The United States was founded as a state where intellectual freedom for all was and is tantamount. That has not...
What the list of most banned books says about our society's fears
it's a daily thing around the country. It's why we have Banned/Challenged Books Week.
What the List of Most Banned Books Says About Our Society’s Fears| The Illegality of Banning Books
Banned Books Week - The Unspoken Factor in the Banning of Diverse Books
What?. I know "banned books week" are typically libraries celebrating and discussing why books that were banned somewhere.
I did burn books once, to make them part of a display for Banned Books Week. Boy howdy did I get some pushback.
9 frequently challenged kids' books to read for Banned Books Week
The 2016 Banned Books Week is over on Friday but it's never too late to celebrate the freedom to read. The annual event is promoted by the
Join us for these Banned Books Week events tomorrow with author Sam Weller! Register 4 workshop here:…
Celebrate banned books week by reading a challenged book!.
Two reasons to ban ‘Brave New World’ It's an older article but still relevant.…
"I urge everyone to celebrate Banned Books Week by picking up a book that some closed-minded person out there...
Banned Books Week 2016: the 10 most challenged titles – in pictures
a Harry Potter book during our giveaway event!
Be sure to stop in this week and check out our Wanted Posters for Banned Books Week!
In honor of Banned Books Week, joins us for a read-out of banned books today at the library, 3 p.m.
Happy Banned Books Week! (Hoping my sign effectively looks like a sad face.)
It’s Banned Books Week! Celebrate your right to read with these banned books: The Color Purple, Catcher in the Rye, and A Farewell to Arms.
This week's is a banned book in honor of Banned Books Week! Chris says…
Banned Books Week celebrates the right to free speech.
Reading any good banned books this week?
Banned Books display in the Oceanside Library & Hub--Stand Up for Your Right to Read! Banned Books Week…
During BANNED BOOKS WEEK, big THANK YOU to everyone who reads! .
Most of the books we're celebrating this week have been banned/removed from a school's curriculum due to concern from the community.
Celebrate Banned Books Week and the fight AGAINST censorship! Get your picture taken with some popular challenged t…
What do the books Matilda, the Handmaid's Tail and Harry Potter have in common?
I made an extra trip to the library for a banned books week button and I think that's pretty indicative of who I am as a person
Hear our staff librarians discuss the importance of on this week's podcast:
Happy banned books week! Go read some Harry Potter or Maya Angelou bc people don't want you to!!!
Banned Books Week: Yes, someone once tried to ban 'Hop on Pop' via
Love u, but is hoax. The idea is good but the marketing implementation is very bad:
It's Banned Books Week! What's your favorite banned or frequently challenged book?
To support Middle School students are learning about Click here for info …
The freedom to read is paramount. We look at international censorship during
It's Banned Books week! Don't forget about the Banned Books reading tonight, hosted by ACLU of South Carolina!...
Banned Books Week: What are the censors so afraid of?
🎈It's Banned Books Week! I'd like everyone to celebrate by not banning my book. 🎈
Check out this awesome essay by for Banned Books Week:
What does our planet's future look like? Come hear from panelists &
Celebrate Banned Books Week by reading a book that has been banned or challenged. Here are just a few you might...
Did you know it's Banned Books Week? Join the annual celebration of the right to read!
Great conversations in the library during the Banned Books Week!!! We are talking about books and so much more:...
In honor of banned books week here are the top 10 most challenged books of 2015 according to the American Library...
It's Banned Books Week! Time to come down and celebrate the richness and diversity of the written word.
“More than half of the books challenged or banned in American libraries and schools are by writers of color.”
Come check out a book and Stand up for your Right to Read. More books on the list
It's Banned Books Week! Share if you read banned books. Stop by our library and check out our displays.
It's Let's do something rebellious and read a book.
It’s Banned Books Week. prof writes abt the dangers of censorship via…
It's Banned Books Week. Check out the top 10 most frequently challenged books of 2015.
The reasons for banning books have changed over the years from sex and language to social issues.
Happy Banned Books Week Everyone! Let us know which books you will be celebrating with.
In honor of we've got a slideshow of some Scholastic titles that have previously been banned -->
Celebrate your freedom to read by entering our giveaway!
Do you read Banned Books? This week we're celebrating you're right to read. See the 2015 list from htt…
Seeing displays for banned books week gets me so excited 📚
Our library display in honor of national Banned Books Week.
Banned Books Week - A Wrinkle in Time (The Time Quintet by Madeleine L'Engle -
Hi could you tell me a documentary that might be good to show during banned books week?
Long story but I'm meant to be but I get sidetracked by books so I'm banned till next week after I do 30,000 words
Proving once again that censorship is alive and well in our country.where's Banned Books Week when you need it?!
I liked a video from Banned Books Week Virtual Read Out: The Lord of the Rings
I liked a video from Thoughts on Go Ask Alice | Banned Books Week
Cover up: 10 essential banned and challenged graphic novels... because F**K CENSORSHIP
I think that's a splendid idea! The closet thing we have is Banned Books Week, which covers Whitman but is not enough.
A week has passed in prison and is still banned from his books and newspapers. He's facing difficult…
Here are the top 10 reasons books get banned
Really excited to be working with and on this years Banned Books week in September.
Probably the same shops that make a big deal out of banned books week. They get outraged obediently and blindly.
How has NO ONE told us about Banned Books Week before?! Who's celebrating with us this year?
catching up with my fav. blogs: I have read 4 out of 8 of banned book list
A fun look at beloved children's books that were previously banned :).
New story: Students face professional competition for Banned Books Week contest - Read now on the Budget!
Congrats to Jefferson-Madison Regional Library for their Banned Books Week display, winners of contest. Way to go, JMRL!
Check out my take on feat. help from
Love the article in the current about our Banned Books Week display:
Check out the reasoning behind some of 2014's banned books!
Great response to the Slate article. Is Banned Books Week Still Necessary? via
A well written blog post that responds to the Slate article saying we don't need Banned Books Week...
The importance of free and open access to all books, especially for young adult readers:
Celebrate of Libraries Week & by checking out banned books, discussion, attending fundraisers.
After Banned Books Week, Gary had some thoughts about censorship:
Congratulations to Elizabeth Mireles - Winner of the Banned Books Week meme contest:
Millikin celebrates banned books week: Banned Books Week is a time every year to celebrate and educate oneself...
[that first story: good job, school librarian Banned Books Week Roundup 2015
Banned Books Week may be over but we still have our display with some of them up!
Celebrating or 'freadom' to read at 'Banned Books Week'
For Banned Books Week, here are books that have been challenged in Kansas and ... -
It's Banned Books Week! Here is the link for Animoto Instructions:
Sarah Burford reads during the Banned Books celebration last week.
Me and are gonna miss banned books week
Peter Hart explains the continued salience of Banned Books Week on The National Coalition Against Censorship
It’s Banned Books Week at HHS. Reading should be a discussion with your family. Celebrate your freedom to read!
like Banned Books Week, but for doxxing
DePauw Dean of Libraries Spending Week in a Fortress of Banned Books
Check out NCAC's brand new resource page:.
Books for teenagers should reflect real life - and that includes sex and swearing --> thoughts?
Congrats to Melissa, winner of our Banned Books Week contest!
Meet Hannah Adams: Scholar and First American Female to Make a Living as an Author //
It's Banned Books Week again. Can we stop yelling at each other about it? -
Congrats to the winners in our Banned Books Week prize drawing!Nick Lovejoy,Samantha Williams,& Sarah Royle.Thanks to all who participated!
Think we don't need Banned Books Week anymore? Think again. Chris Mintz
Since 1982, the American Library Association and libraries throughout our nation have observed Banned Books Week, Sept. 27 - Oct. 3, in
Mark Hamill on the essay I wrote for Banned Books Week: "Hi Craig--I too, am a student of comics history and read this with great interest."
It's Banned Books Week! You can give to the American Library Association to help celebrate the freedom to read.
David L. Hudson Jr.: Banned Books Week: A time to reflect on the First Amendment
Going to be speaking during Banned Books week about trigger warnings and higher education. Expect a mic drop on the side of free speech.
Getting ready for Banned Book Week! Working on a website, choosing my books
Awesome. Writing a new one for Banned Books Week posters, so hope it works well, too.
Hello! I work for DCPL & would like to email you about our Banned Books Week event w/censored YA authors. May I have your email?
Check out Art in the Stacks- our library's program to celebrate Banned Books Week in September. $300 first prize,...
like Banned Books Week, but for sex
Banned Books Week is September 27-October 3, 2015. I will accept their Banned Books Week Challenge! . How about you?
“Books...help teenagers make sense of a dark and confusing world. YA literature saves lives.”
There are 311 reasons to celebrate Banned Books Week, says
Reflecting on the tradition of Banned Books Week:
Banned Books Week is also 9/27—10/3! We’re canvassing to learn of any challenges your books have faced recently.
Because it's hilarious, let's talk about how popular books get when you try to ban them.
Well, you know you've made it if it becomes part of Banned Books Week
Calling all bloggers!! I am looking for Banned Books Week guest posts, you pick the topic (review, discussion, etc). DM me if interested!!
Why yes, I did add the banned book of Huck Finn. Also, so many donations and borrowers this past week. http…
Almost that time of the year again! Look forward to Banned Books Week at the end of September.
decided on jeannette walls' 'The for week competition. a truly read
Also, Carolyn (has graciously asked me to moderate every first and third Wednesday as well as the Banned Books Week chat.
This is a good reminder that I need to start working on Banned Books Week posts...
I'm constantly shocked that its 2015 and we need a Banned Book Week. That parents and other adults want to Ban books for young people
331 is 331 too many. Even one is one too many.
Banned Books Week is just two months away! Does your library have any events planned?
Project Censored is a proud co-sponsor of Banned Books Week. Support Free Speech- Celebrate Banned Books Week this...
"The problem of book banning is also much larger than the reported number of challenges suggests." .
Is it time to retire Chris Finan of says no.
"What if we celebrated Banned Books Week with a drag show?" omg WHAT IF | Booklist Online:
Photoset: thegetty: Banned Books Week—History Edition This page was removed from the 13th-century Morgan...
Bone author Jeff Smith speaks out ahead of US Banned Books Week
Foto: writersflow: Happy Banned Books Week! What banned or challenged book are you reading?
Banned books week, or the celebration of intellectual freedom. via
Please help support Banned Books Week (anytime not just that week!), add a now!
If you hated all the self-regarding nonsense published during Banned Books Week, you'll love latest:
Did you know it's banned books week this week? Thought you could rustle up a few new ones. ;-/
Interesting about censorship in the book world.
I also always do a display for Banned Books Week, & sometimes do a BBW quiz contest
A4: I always love doing displays for Banned Books Week
.are running a week long feature on Guantanamo. Surprisingly, books like Trainspotting, Crime & Punish & Shakespeare are all banned!
Just had AHisttMusic do a BANNED music project for Banned Books week. Created Bulletin Board with their findings.
Banned Books Week idea -- guess the challenged book in the jar.
In celebration of Banned Books Week, Neil Gaiman is supporting Comic Book Legal Defense Fund by releasing an audio reissue of his classic spoken word perfo...
Start off Banned Books Week by joining us at 6:30 pm for Family Fun Night! Enjoy family storytime with our selection of banned books, wild wiggles, and cozy reading of "Green Eggs and Ham", "Where the Wild Things Are", "Dirty Cowboy", and "The Family Book".
It's Banned Books Week. In liberal war on morality, how long before the Bible makes the "Banned & Challenged" list?
Is your library, school or bookstore putting on an event for Banned Books Week this year? If so, we want to hear about it! Just fill out this simple form and let us know what you are organizing.
The head of IUPUI's Center for Bradbury Studies talks about Banned Books Week, the latest installment in his three-part Bradbury biography and efforts to censor Fahrenheit 451.
Went through the banned books week list of most challenged books and circled the ones I was assigned in high school. Hats off to my teachers
Banned Books Week launches this Sunday, September 21, and CBLDF has events planned coast to coast all week to celebrate the freedom to read! From New York ...
wants to know: MT Have you seen these women? Details: //
Newspaper article from this week: This year Banned Books Week is...
“Cure ignorance. Read a book. next week is banned week in the US so read something extra great!
Our teen space has a fresh, new look! Come and check out all of our new books, as well as books for Banned Books Week (Sept. 21-27)! DON'T FORGET that Friday, September 19 beginning at 6:00 pm, is our first Teen Movie Release Party and will be featuring "The Fault in our Stars!" TFIOS activities, prizes, food, fun, and the movie, of course! Click on the link to register!
Celebrate Banned Books Week! stop by Perry Library and read a passage from a banned book on 9/23, 12:30-1:30 pm.
Banned Books Week is turning thirty-two this year. Founded in 1982 by an American Librarian named Judith Krug, Banned Books Week celebrates the First Amendment and the freedom to read by drawing attention to books that have faced censorship attempts and to authors who have been persecuted for thing…
September 21-27 is Banned Books Week, an observance that celebrates our right to read and condemns censorship.
Sign up to be videotaped reading a passage from a banned or challenged book for Banned Books Week.
Next week for Banned Book Week in my English class all we are doing is reading banned books and discussing them 😊😊
BONE by Jeff Smith is one of my favorite graphic Novels! My child loves it too! How could this book be banned? READ!
Next week is Banned Book Week (Sept. 21-27). The Main Library now has on display "Banned Books that Shaped...
Where are you going to catch during We're gonna be all over the place!
Banned books week is Sept. 21-27 Make sure to show your favorite banned book author some love.
Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read in our country. Typically held during the...
Thanks, it's what we love to do! Stay tuned during Banned Books Week!
In anticipation of Banned Book Week next week, a why-not-to guide by Jamie Leigh:
Next week is Banned Books week and some of our school libraries are participating. What a great library display
(And then after banned books week, it's the what what)
What better way to celebrate than with a party?! CBLDF kicks it off!
Please help support Banned Books Week, add a now!
Column on the eve of Banned Books Week: Censorship knows no political affiliation and no geographic limits.
Have you seen these women? Come by during if you have info. Details: //
Next week is banned books week. What's your favorite banned or challenged book? One of ours is THE HANDMAID'S TALE.
Banned books week is coming up! 10 quotes from banned books: Link up your bookish posts!
Banned Books Week is coming up next week! Check out our display - and read those Banned Bks!
The Irish are known for having a way with words- How to Participate in Banned Books Week via
ABFFE has Banned Books Week bracelets for sale here:
Next week is Banned Books week, a week where we acknowledge banned or challenged books. To celebrate, we will be...
Do you read banned books? Check out our Banned Books Week library guide to find out!
N.C. to Mark Banned Books Week As Freedom to Read Continues to Face Threats - ACLU of North Carolina -
Join CLA in celebrating the Freedom to Read during Banned Books Week 2014!:
Photo: prettybooks: It’s Banned Books Week! I think I speak for all of us when I say that challenging or...
Harby JH student poses with book in prep for Banned Book Week as a reminder of our freedom to read books of choice
Is everyone ready for Banned Book Week? Come to Kimbel Library from 9/21-27 as we celebrate the freedom to read a plethora of banned books.
Gearing up for Banned Books Week. Stop by to see who was caught reading!
Banned Books Week "We hope to remind people of their freedoms - to read, to believe, and to choose."
Next week is Banned Books Week. What will you be picking up?
Banned Books 2014: In celebration of Banned Books week, here are some of the most outrageous ...
Banned Books Week is next week, September 21 - 27. Make sure you're reading a banned book to show that censorship ain't right!
Prefunking for Banned Books Week by banning Roald Dahl? Literature should incite discussion, talk through the fear
I love Banned Book Week!! My favorite. So so many books were on the banned book list.
Banned Books Week 2014 to honor comics and graphic novels. Get ready!
One of the most interesting things I found while writing Banned Books Week posts, was that the Lord of the Rings...
A Community Banned Books Marathon [How to get ready for Banned Books Week] | Programming Librarian
Of course I ended up at the LOC today. And got a great Banned Books Week scarf! @ The Library of Congress
I have resigned myself to the fact that I will never create anything as popular as the Hunger Games Banned Books Week posters I did in 2012
TODAY: Read a banned book, make a virtual read-out video. 8-9:30am,
more censorship discussion fuel: Vonnegut Library’s Approach to Censorship | Programming Librarian
Appropriate article since this year Banned Books Week will focus on Should there be edited versions for kids?
ToDo: Finish assignment, paperwork, Death Bed excitement, plan Banned Books Week, Update all of that mentally. This is Friday?
NLB has not decided which libraries the two banned books will go to. It will decide in a week, it says.
Pretty much all of August is full on my blog. Already have a few things for September... gotta get prepared for Banned Books Week now!
I need to be banned from - i cant stop buying books! My book case collapsed last week and im still buying
Very fitting for this year's Banned Books Week theme. :)
My mother has banned me from reading any books from next week for the whole summer. :l
I thought supported Banned Books Week and opposed banning books -- so why get a satire account banned? Is censorship good or bad?
This week's Reading Report features GRRM, a new Harry Potter story, banned books, and people laughing with books.
Join us July 30th for discussion on Banned Books Week 2014: Comic Books - Arizona Library Association …
How awesome is this years Banned Book Week going to be?!
Of course it's shenanigans.what US library would display The Turner Diaries in celebration of Banned Books Week?
Bookmark from the late, much-lamented Cody's Books on Telegraph Ave. in Berkeley. "Banned Books Week" on the verso:
The Banned Books Week Handbook is a (free!) must-read for anyone who cares about awesome things:
Great resource for teachers and librarians who work with graphic novels, meaning all of you.
ALA con peeps, be sure to stop by CBLDF's booth and pick up their new banned book guide. It's a great resource...
We have another tool in the battle against censorship -- the CBLDF Banned Books Week Handbook!
Playing trivia this week...one category is... BANNED BOOKS!
ahh I need to buy it, and Jade. I was banned from buying anymore books this week
. playlist of various celebrities (mostly authors) talking about banned books for Banned Books week via
Banned Books Around the World :) reading banned shouldn't be a focus just one week out of the year.
My 13-year-old is rebelling by reading banned books. She read THE BLUEST EYE this week. Oh no...can't stop her...pretending I want to...
Let's everybody read banned books this week! Recommend one to your friends & family! Help keep written word strong!
Hey is a self-described 'banned books rebel.' Couldn't ask for a more suitable contributor this week.
We'll be celebrating Banned Books Week this fall; here are some frequently asked Banned Books questions.
Mark your calendars! is Sept. 21-27 this year! But, if you're me, there's a Banned Week every month (or more).
Project Censored is a proud sponsor of Banned Books Week and assists in the annual outreach w many amazing...
Why I loved my HS "banned books week"! They encouraged us 2 read all the books public schools ban:)
Totally misses this - Graphic novels will be this year’s focus for Banned Books Week in September
Our events for the Fall semester are still a work in progress, but here is a sneak preview of what we will be doing: 1) Bus trip to Delray Beach 2) Welcome Reception 3) Camping trip 4) Banned Books Week event 5) An event co-hosted with the CDC on how to make your international education/background work towards your own benefit in the job market. 6) An event co-hosted with HSBC to talk about about or the pros and cons of credits cards and what it means to have a credit score. And a ton more!
INCIDENTAL COMICS: Ban This Book. by Grant Snider, written to celebrate Banned Books Week.
MT Great fashion idea for the next Banned Books Week: burned paper fingernails:
“Banned Books & Brews tickets are on sale at and bookstore” Stop by this week!
good grief. I have few classic and really only the ones on the banned book list because we have banned books week at my library
We're celebrating Banned Books Week! Check our flier for more information on how you can be featured on our website!
This week in Books Awareness: at Bay (Part 2) by
Books on books on books and I'm only a week into the semester.
A Reading from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone for the Banned Books Week Virtual ... -
Our rare book of the week, one of the 1st books which was banned in its day in Europe.
ah yes. Is it banned books month or week or whatever it's called?
Celebrate "Banned Books" week by visiting the Learning Commons and checking out a book that's been targeted
Also why librarians sponsor Banned Book Week. They suggest books, but do not enforce "standards" on readers
Judith's Reading Room in Bethlehem makes a deepening imprint on the world - Morning Call via
In honor of banned books week, watch "Freedom to Read!" -- a playlist from a coalition of organizati
Sadly, just a little too late for Banned Books Week, but still amazing. See how adding Zooey Deschanel to several banned classics could render them "inoffensive". ~j
Banned Books Week: I Stand with the Banned - Sean Quinn | Editor in Chief Last week was Banned Books...
(Because it's Banned Books Week) Friday Five: Five of the top 100 Banned Books From 2000-2009 A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L’Engle Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, by Mildred Taylor Bridge To Terabithia, by Katherine Paterson Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck See the full list here:
MOVIE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7 P.M. - In honor of Banned Books Week, the library will screen Fahrenheit 451 at 7 p.m. this Thursday night at the East Bank Regional Library. The book is based on the 1951 Ray Bradbury novel of the same name. "Guy Montag is a firefighter who lives in a lonely, isolated society where books have been outlawed by a government fearing an independent-thinking public. It is the duty of firefighters to burn any books on sight. People in this society including Montag's wife are drugged into compliancy and get their information from wall-length television screens." Free of charge and open to the public.
Karen Pence reads Harriet the Spy at the Kurt Vonnegut Library in honor of Banned Books Week.
Social News: Is Goodreads' New Review Policy Censorship? - Just in time for Banned Books Week, the Internet's larg...
Sept. 22 thru 28 is Banned Books Week. Come re-read some Harry Potter or Kurt Vonnegut to celebrate :)
Tickle your brain tonight at free events that are part of Banned Books Week. At 6 pm at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library downtown, Karen Pence will read from the popular but fprmerly banned children's book "Harriet the Spy" by Louise Fitzhugh. At 7 pm at the Central Library, Chris Finan, president of the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression, will discuss censorship of young adult literature.
On the Books: Kelly Clarkson gives up Jane Austen’s ring; Banned Books Week in full swing -
Banned Books Week: More of Orwell’s Words Newspeak - A fictional, controlled language created by a totalitarian state to limit free thought and an concepts that pose a threat. Forbidden words/concepts include freedom, self-expression, individuality, and peace. Any form of thought alternative to the Party’s construct is classified as a thoughtcrime. A good example of Newspeak is the Patriot Act, which is designed to control behavior/thought. The implication is that if you oppose the act (much less violate it), you can’t be a patriot. Doublethink – The act of simultaneously accepting two mutually contradictory beliefs as correct. Related to hypocrisy and neutrality. Somewhat related to cognitive dissonance, where contradictory beliefs cause conflict in an individual’s mind. Doublethink, however, is notable due to a lack of cognitive dissonance. A person is completely unaware of any conflict or contradiction.
Celebrate the freedom to read with Brad Meltzer, author of THE FIFTH ASSASSIN. He will be doing a Google+ Hangout tonight for Banned Books Week at 8PM EST. Join the event!
Editorial - Banned Books Week highlights books challenged in schools and libraries - Wilmington Star News -
Banned Books Week: My (belated) Sunday list of banned/burned/challenged books that I have read: The Gulag Archipelago by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn Lord of the Flies by William Golding The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey Tintin in the Congo by Herge Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl Beloved by Toni Morrison Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak A Light in The Attic by Shel Silverstein
It's Banned Books Week! The most challenged book in 2012 was Captain Underpants. No kidding. Here's the rest of...
Read any banned books lately? Beloved? Kite Runner? Captain Underpants? Tune in Tuesday at 9 to help us celebrate Banned Books Week!
The Golden Compass in honor of Banned Books Week. ;) Glad you enjoyed Unbreakable!
Please share this post. In honor of Banned Books Week (Sep 22-28, 2013), Google has coordinated several "Hangouts on Air" with highly acclaimed banned/challenged authors. Authors include Sherman Alexie, Jay Asher, Jamie Ford, Brad Meltzer, and Erica Jong. Mark Vonnegut will also be discussing his father's experiences with censorship and reading from Slaughterhouse-five. Click on this link for the schedule
Last week the Board of Ed in Randolph County, NC voted 5-2 to ban the 1952 book The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison. “I didn’t find any literary value," said one member of the Board. Really? This is a work that won the National Book Award in '53, and is one of the best-known books on black identity and--imagine this--black invisibility in America. In what could not be more perfect timing, this week is ALA's Banned Books Week. There's also another hearing on the ban in Randolph County on the 25th. Show your support by reading the book and educating yourself on the state of banned books in the country. (
It's Monday! Banned Books Week is in Effect. What are you reading? I am on page 36 of "Tumbled" by Margaret Johnson Hodge.
Upcoming event. Please share this with your friends and family. Join the ACLU of Ohio and Karamu House for an evening of powerful ideas and powerful writing. Let's Get Free: Banned Writings of Black Liberationists 09.25.13 | wednesday | 7:00 p.m. Karamu House, Inc. Jelliffe Theatre 2355 East 89th Street Cleveland 44106 Black freedom writers across nations have long used words — written and spoken — as a tool to highlight racial injustice. At this event, community members will read selected works from Black activists who were censored for using their pens to tell the truth. We will celebrate these writers and their revolutionary spirit. This event is being held in honor of Banned Books Week, a yearly celebration of the universal freedom to read, which was launched in response to a surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores, and libraries. This event is free and open to the public. To RSVP, fill out this web form or contact us at (216) 472-2220.
It’s September and the American Library Association-sponsored Banned Books Week is right around the corner. A few...
The American Library Association's Banned Books Week launches on 22 September - which is your fave banned book? Are there any you'd ban?
Heading into Banned Books Week (Sept. 22-28), it seems like Toni Morrison will be the talk of the town thanks to an Ala. State. Senator.
1st finish for me. Won't show pic until Banned Books week. Now to figure out what to do next...
Banned Books That Shaped America | Banned Books Week [Read some banned books in September]
ACPL staff are wearing their Banned Books Week shirts today! We will start taking orders next Friday, September 6...
Popping around campus this morning, collaborating with the tutorial centre and the bookstore on activities for Banned Books Week.
It's banned books week 22nd - 28th September. Read something THEY don't want you to. .
Plan in advance! My Right to Read - Banned Books Week by Shayna Monnens, Head Editor, INALJ South Dakota
Banned Books Week is coming up doe.. 😏📚📖💦
Just in time for Banned Books Week. “Alabama Republican Wants to Ban Toni Morrison's 'The Bluest Eye' from Schools
Just discovered Banned Books Week falls during a unit where we're reading a banned book. Could not be more excited for lesson plans.
I'd be on that title like a Texas elementary school during Banned Books Week.
Celebrate Banned Books Week with Theatre Pros member on September 22nd:
Photo: This is the start is my display for Banned Books Week and Library Card Sign-up Month.
Teens! Join us as we celebrate BANNED BOOKS WEEK - September 22-28! Celebrate your right to READ:. - Don't miss...
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Why don't we do a Banned Books week over here?
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