Permission slips for To Kill a Mockingbird in Biloxi, When can private entities censor speech? Securing Patron Privacy, an upcoming ALCTS webinar
To Kill a Mockingbird banned in Biloxi, MS
ALA files comments to Department of Homeland Security
YA Novel About “Mob Mentalities” Punished After Online Backlash
New Issue of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy;
Oakland Public Library takes action against Islamophobia;
Overdue fees: Barriers to access in school libraries
The FBI’s New U.S. Terrorist Threat: ‘Black Identity Extremists’
Anti-Semitic talk at library draws protesters
Wyomissing makes right call on book controversy
The Handmaid’s Tale, 1984, Bluest Eye, and This Day in June.
Immigrant’s Rights Workshop.
Banned Books Week displays and social media removed because some are offended.
Books for 8th grade only: Reasonable or infringing on accessibility?
California School District Reaffirms Support for Teacher Who Read Transgender Books.
Controversial speaker coming to campus?
Celebrate September 24-30!
ACLU and EFF sue Trump administration over cell phone searches at the border; Letters to the Editor regarding the Conejo Valley challenge; and NINE days until Banned Books Week
Two free webinars, White supremacist group sues university over refusal to rent room for speech and Al Franken pushing FCC to keep internet protections
I Am Jazz, This Day in June and The Liberation of Gabriel King
District judge finds Arizona anti-ethnic studies law violates Fourteenth and First Amendments; Should protesters be allowed to have guns? Transgender reveal in kindergarten class leaves parents feeling “betrayed”; And 30 days until Banned Books Week!