Before we usher in a great weekend, why not check out more videos from the states as part of the 50 State Salute to Banned Books Week? Today’s featured videos are from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia!
North Carolina Library Association produced a video featuring books that have been banned/challenged from May 2011 through May 2012:
South Carolina has three videos in its playlist featuring Pat Scales, chair of ALA’s Intellectual Freedom Committee and long-time intellectual freedom fighter in South Carolina; Michael Giller, Assistant Director of Library Services at SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities; and a video featuring artwork created by students of the South Carolina’s Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities:
Virginia’s Arlington Public Library and Hampton Public Library each produced a video in honor of Banned Books Week:
Marion County Public Library in West Virginia hosted a virtual read-out featuring staff reading passages from their favorite banned or challenged books:
To view other videos, check out the 50 State Salute page.