Intellectual Freedom News 11/05/2021

Intellectual Freedom News


A modern book burning: LGBTQ-themed books removed from North KC, Liberty schools | Kansas City Star; “The knee-jerk reaction reeked of panic and may have far-reaching consequences. A decades-old U.S. Supreme Court ruling makes it clear: The First Amendment keeps in check the power school officials have to remove books from school libraries because of content.”


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