The ALA Field Report 2006 includes information on books and resources that are challenged, restricted, removed, or banned.
The ALA Field Report 2007 includes information on books and resources that are challenged, restricted, removed, or banned.
From May 2 through May 8, 2010, libraries across the nation will celebrate Choose Privacy Week for the first time. This new campaign invites library users into a national conversation […]
The American Association of School Librarians is presenting an informative and helpful preconference this year at its national conference in Charlotte, North Carolina: “Law for School Librarians: Knowing Minors’ Rights” […]
Robert P. Doyle, executive director of the Illinois Library Association (ILA), is the recipient of the 2009 Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF) Roll of Honor Award. Doyle, who is serving […]
Please note that the Merritt Fund Reception for a Cause – to be held Monday, July 13th, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm – will now be in the Du Sable […]
For those who enjoy keeping track of such things, please note that tomorrow, December 1, is the 40th anniversary of the opening of the Office for Intellectual Freedom! It’s been […]
Welcome to the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom blog! Our blog will feature alerts, articles, commentary, links, news, and more, to expand our ability to fulfill our mission: to implement […]