Banned Books Week 2019: From Trauma to Transformation
Literature Locked Up: A Banned Books Week 2019 Reading List
As part of our "Literature Locked Up" campaign, PEN America presents a reading list of books that have been or are currently banned from prisons. More
Banned Books Week 2019: Banned Books Week Open Mic
Banned Books Week 2019: Literature Locked Up Banned Book Reading and Public Discussion
Banned Books Week 2019: Banned Books Week(end) at Deep Vellum
Banned Books Week 2019: Salman Rushdie and Laila Lalami
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"It's important that we build an army... instead of going on the defensive... we really (need to) go on the offensive... (to) protect and expand the right to read," says @TracieDHall1 #RightToReadAct #Students #Teachers #Librarians
When it announced its A.P. course, the @CollegeBoard clearly believed it was providing a class whose time had come. After heavy criticism from Gov. DeSantis, it has removed much of the subject matter that had angered the governor and other conservatives. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/02/01/us/college-board-advanced-placement-african-american-studies.html
I'm in awe of the strength and grace of @MsBoismier_ELA and so grateful I got to interview her about helping students fight book bans. https://twitter.com/PENamerica/status/1620784813719564288