Pack your ALA Annual Conference schedule with intellectual freedom programs and meetings. Learn more about the ‘Thirteen Reasons Why’ and ‘Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian’ challenges in this IF News issue.
ALA gears up for renewed net neutrality fight. New Ethics Webinar. And Choose Privacy Week blog roundup.
Don’t miss out on subscribing to the Banned Books Week Box for extra savings every year. Monday, May 1 kicks off 2017 Choose Privacy Week.
Did you know a drone can provide wireless internet?! And don’t forget to check out the new Choose Privacy Week website and graphics!
National Library Week is going strong and with it the 2016 Top Ten Most Challenged Books.
Monday is the unveiling of the Top Ten Challenged Books of 2016!
This current battle, in 2017 for the integrity of the classroom isn’t new for Oklahoma or the nation, but this particular bill feels like a retread. The author of Senate Bill 393 is State Senator Josh Brecheen. Brecheen has authored similar bills (six in fact) since 2011. This is his seventh attempt.
Action for the repeal of the FCC privacy rules, save federal funding for libraries, and the removal of The Kite Runner in Arizona.
Jacob’s New Dress, Facial Recognition, and banned horror comics
#SaveIMLS; Howard Zinn; and student journalism about transgender restrooms