Do you know a great candidate or organization that has championed intellectual freedom causes in our profession and/or communities? Recognize their contributions by nominating them for Intellectual Freedom Round Table’s prestigious awards.
When the superintendent of the Dixie County School District sought to censor the reading lists of students, Library Media Specialist Lindsey Whittington stood up for intellectual freedom and fought the ban.
November 18, 2016; Happy birthday Margaret Atwood, Privacy post-election, Perks of Being a Wallflower, Texas BOE rejects MAS textbook, and more…
The American Library Association (ALA) Intellectual Freedom Round Table(IFRT) is seeking nominations for its 2015 John Phillip Immroth Memorial Award. The John Phillip Immroth Memorial Award honors intellectual freedom fighters […]