MCPL breaks down an intellectual freedom barrier by offering tools and programs to make it easier for local authors to successfully self-publish.
The Office for Intellectual Freedom’s #ShelfieSunday was a success, thanks to the dedicated readers across the U.S. who participated. Here are some of our favorites…
Ten Books-a-Million locations will donate a portion of their sales made on the Saturday of Banned Books Week to the Office for Intellectual Freedom.
This Sunday, Sept. 18, OIF will host a banned book-themed #ShelfieSunday. Here’s how you can get involved.
September 17, 2016: Victory for Eleanor and Park, Tyrell, & Dope Sick in Virginia! Updates about the textbook in Texas. Controversy regarding trigger warnings. And SO MUCH MORE
Roll out the red carpet and dig into the popcorn — The Mooresville Public Library made its staff members the stars of its Banned Books Week promo trailer.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival has boycotted a local bookstore, bringing intellectual freedom and censorship discussions to light.
There are only 23 more days until Banned Books Week! September 25th – October 1st, 2016
Banned Books Week is one month away. The American Library Association offers these methods to defend the books you love and your First Amendment protected right to read them.
Gawker.com announced their bankruptcy. While this was celebrated by many, the reasons for their dissolution are worth understanding.