Posts Tagged as ‘Read-Out!’

March 26, 2014

FTRF Krug Fund Banned Books Week event grant applications now open

Cross-posted on Freedom to Read Foundation Blog Applications for Banned Books Week 2014 event grants via the Freedom to Read Foundation’s Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund are now open.  Applications will be accepted through April 30.Click here to apply:  Here are the application guidelines: Krug Fund Banned Books Week event grant application guidelines 1. Event outline should […]

March 28, 2013

Krug Fund Banned Books Week grant applications now open

Cross-posted from the FTRF Blog Applications are now open for FTRF’s 2013 Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund Banned Books Week event grants. Grants in the amounts of $2,500 and $1,000 will be given to organizations in support of “Read-Outs” or other activities that celebrate Banned Books Week (Sept. 22 — 30, 2013). Applications will be accepted through April 30, 2013, […]

January 17, 2012

Check out FTRF’s 2011 Krug Fund video and photos

The six recipients of 2011 Banned Books Week grants from the Freedom to Read Foundation’s Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund sent in clips from their many excellent activities – and we’ve compiled them in a new video just out today. The video features a montage of activities from the “Living Banned Books” Read-Out by the […]

July 21, 2010

FTRF’s Judith Krug Fund announces competition for Banned Books Week grants

The Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF), through its Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund, will provide two grants–one for $2,500 and one for $1,000–to two organizations to support “Read-Outs” celebrating Banned Books Week 2010.  Applications for the grants will be accepted through Aug. 27, and the announcements will be made the week of Sept. 6.  Banned […]

October 1, 2009

Banned Books Week: Chicago Read-Out!

Check out Cecily von Ziegesar, Lauren Myracle, and ALA president Camila Alire in this video from the annual Banned Books Week Read-Out!, held Saturday, September 26 in Chicago’s historic Bughouse Square. Also featured, a reading from Chicago Public Library’s Teen Volume Reader’s Theatre troupe. Also below are some photos – you can see lots more […]