Whodunit in the Library: Someone Keeps Hiding the Anti-Trump Books; Author believes Dist. 200 canceled Wheaton school visit due to LGBTQ content; officials cite procedural issue; Can facial recognition technologies, privacy, and the freedom of expression co-exist?
ALA responds to Citrus County’s New York Times block; Media literacy in the age of fake news; Books in Idaho prisons: What’s allowed, what isn’t, and what they mean to those inside
Lebanon Public Libraries make the sound and principled decision to reject internet filters; Sex, nudity, and satanism are why parents believe in school book censorship; Anonymous signs help Brookline library patrons find sensitive information
Deborah Caldwell-Stone appointed director, ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom and executive director of the Freedom to Read Foundation; Supporters, opponents of Loudoun County Public Schools’ diverse libraries come out in force; Chicago teachers strike spotlights school librarians.
“Dear Martin” author responds to book removal from Col. Co. curriculum; Libraries Promoting Reflective Dialogue in a Time of Political Polarization; ALA’s eBooksForAll petition exceeds 100,000 signatures
A professor spoke out about whiteness at Georgia Southern University. Students burned her book; Positive impact of Banned Books Week: A reflection from youth services; Diverse classroom libraries spark debate in Loudoun County
“Auditing” the First Amendment at your public library; From the Director: Update on the Trans 101 Program; Chicago to become largest U.S. public library system to go fine-free for overdue materials that get returned
Alex Gino shares what it’s like to author the #1 most banned book; Censorship beyond books; Court: First Amendment protects ‘hate group’ label
“Keep the Light On” with these helpful tools; The Constitution, annotated: The Constitution explained in plain English; Facebook plans launch of its own “Supreme Court” for handling takedown appeals
ALA Announces eBooks for All Campaign; Nominations open for 2020 IFRT John Phillip Immroth Memorial Award; Windows, not walls: Defending incarcerated peoples’ right to read