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Banned Book Week Social Hour in Durham, North Carolina
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Too many academic librarians are leaving the censorship fight to school and public librarians who have less job security and academic freedom. Just because they aren't taking our books doesn't mean this isn't our fight. #censorship @acluutah @PENamerica @LetUtahRead
“The Taj Mahal must be seen … to remind us that the world is real, that the sound is truer than the echo, the original more forceful than its image in a mirror.” - @SalmanRushdie https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/article/taj-mahal-salman-rushdie-overtourism-india-agra?loggedin=true&rnd=1675344122771 @NatGeo
Burmese artists are "risking their lives on a daily basis... In the absence of a coordinated international response to the situation in #Myanmar, the need for protection programs for artists has become more urgent than ever before." #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar