With support from the American Library Association, U.K. organizations have united to host Banned Books Week programs throughout London.
40 days and 40 nights until Banned Books Week! September 25th – October 1st, 2016
OIF’s “Fifty Shades of Banned Books Week” webinar is chock-full of inventive programming ideas to celebrate the freedom to read.
Teens at the Artesia Public Library in New Mexico were screen printing their “I Read Banned Books” shirts for Banned Books Week with librarian Erin Loveland
Save the Date: There are only 54 more days until Banned Books Week! September 25th – October 1st, 2016
Save the Date: There are only 61 more days until Banned Books Week! September 25th – October 1st, 2016
As many of you know, diversity was the focus of our Banned Books Week 2015. But the Office for Intellectual Freedom is also a member of a larger coalition, embracing many other partners (see last paragraph below). They/we came out this week with an announcement about the focus of the Coalition’s 2016 campaign. Not surprisingly, the push for diverse materials and diverse viewpoints has not disappeared. The press release is below.
Happy Banned Books Week! Today’s Virtual Read-Out video features Leslea Newman, author of the frequently challenged children’s book, Heather Has Two Mommies. This book had been challenged for being anti-family […]
Banned Books Week 2015, September 27-October 3, will soon be upon us! What will you be doing to celebrate the freedom to read? Below are several ways you can participate […]
You now have one more week to put your face out there in support of the freedom to read! We are delighted to announce that the deadline for the Banned […]