Birmingham Reads: A Conversation with Imani Perry
Birmingham Reads: “High Art From the Hollar”
Birmingham Reads: “Decolonizing Language”
Birmingham Reads: “High Art From the Hollar: the Value of Southern Colloquialisms”
Birmingham Reads: “Agency of the Black Dollar In History”
Birmingham Reads: “To whom does this place belong?”
Birmingham Reads: Who Bears the Legacy of Slavery?
Birmingham Reads: A City-Wide Read Kickoff Event
Statement: Publisher’s Decision to Pull “Bad and Boujee” Book is “Misguided and Regrettable”
"When debates over books and authors have a racial dimension, they can get heated quickly because they tap into long histories of exclusion and marginalization of people of color… More
[VIRTUAL] Our Community, Our Health: Staying Safe from COVID Misinformation
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Free expression organization @PENamerica released a letter signed by more than a dozen other civil liberties organizations opposing federal legislation and proposals that seek to impose a wholesale ban on social media platform TikTok in US .
The superintendent says this ban of NINETEEN MINUTES and 13 other books not a ban. Explain to me how permanently REMOVING a book from a library shelf is not a ban? https://twitter.com/PENamerica/status/1641517467976474641
Yes. ND gov: "The teaching profession is challenging enough without the heavy hand of state government forcing teachers to take on the role of pronoun police." https://thehill.com/homenews/3926656-north-dakota-governor-vetoes-bill-restricting-transgender-students-pronouns/