Intellectual Freedom News 5/24/19

Intellectual Freedom News

May 24, 2019 – Collated by OIF Staff and News Editors


  • Intellectual Freedom & Privacy Events in our Nation’s Capitol | OIF Blog; “ALA’s Annual Conference is in Washington D.C. this year, and the Office for Intellectual Freedom will be there staffing committee meetings, programs, and social events.”
  • Help the Freedom to Read Foundation raise enough funds to produce the commemorative book “Reading Dangerously”. Support the kickstarter before June 1 and receive your own limited-edition copy. “Reading Dangerously” features a foreword by Neil Gaiman, and excerpts from banned books like The Hate You Give, Fun Home, Persepolis, and I Am Jazz. (tweet)




Net Neutrality and Broadband Access

Fake News, Free Press, Social Media

Academic Freedom & Campus Speech

First Amendment and Free Speech

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