It is interesting to think which cases, causes and decisions we give our attention to and follow today will be textbook in the future. The events of this year that cause our conference to be canceled are epic and will be written about as a force of nature.
In 2019, we saw that censorship is alive and well in the U.S. for 2.2 million incarcerated adults. Prison censorship’s arbitrary nature and content-neutral bans violate human rights and restrict resources for those who need them the most.
“In 2020, the census is going online. The idea is to help increase self-response, but as librarians we understand the special challenges this may create for some of our patrons.”
Intellectual Freedom Round Table (IFRT) invites you to get to meet its 2020 Executive Board Nominees. Learn more about the nominees, their favorite banned characters, what they enjoy most about being involved with Intellectual Freedom Round Table and which Intellectual Freedom they hope to champion this year.