Some libraries are facing backlash against LGBT programs — and holding their ground; Revisiting collection development in a digital age; Advocates draw battle lines over national privacy law
Is there a limit to academic freedom? How to lock down what websites can access on your computer; (When) Should curriculum changes be called censorship?
After man burns LGBTQ children’s books, donations to Orange City library skyrocket; Hate speech is infecting America, but trying to ban it is not the answer; American Libraries Live: What Do the Midterms Mean for Your Library?
Iowa man burns children’s books from public library to protest Orange City Pride; Attack of the porn hunters; 5 different ways IT directors handle student data privacy
Anyone can sue: Legal intimidation as a censorship tool; PEN America files lawsuit against President Donald J. Trump for First Amendment; Iowa: Rural broadband, and the unknown costs of the digital divide
Education is not Pornography; NC high school pulls book ‘Beartown’ from honors class after parents complain; Is This True? A Fake News Database
‘The Things They Carried’ challenge in Utah; upcoming webinar on fake news; and Facebook data breach
September 28, 2018 – Collated by OIF Staff and News Editors Intellectual Freedom Highlights Dear Banned Author | What would you say to your favorite banned and challenged author? This Banned Books Week (September […]
Get ready for Banned Books Week 2018 with new handbook; Drag storytimes bring fierceness—and fierce opposition; Want to defend democracy? Start with your public library.
FB Live Event: 6 ways to express your inner activist for Banned Books Week; To restore civil society, start with the library; ALA’s new Graphic Novels & Comics Round Table is open for membership