Intellectual Freedom News 3/5/2021

Intellectual Freedom News


  • The Dr. Seuss Controversy: What Educators Need to Know | Ed Week: “How libraries approach the Dr. Seuss books is going to differ,” said OIF Director Deborah Caldwell-Stone, “based on individual guidelines for collection curation and community demand for certain books.” (More articles about Dr. Seuss listed below)


Privacy & Cybersecurity

More privacy news is available at the Voices for Privacy blog.

First Amendment, Free Speech, & Civil Liberties


Net Neutrality & Broadband Access

Academic Freedom & Campus Speech

Social Media


Journalism, Media, & Disinformation

International News

Around the Web

Dr. Seuss

ALA News

ALA Publishing

Awards and Grants

eCourses and Webinars

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