Celebrating Banned Books Week at Scuppernong Books
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[POSTPONED] Knowing the News: An Interactive Media Literacy Workshop – Greensboro
Writers as Witness: Free Speech in a Time of Hate Speech
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Banned Books Week 2019: Literature Locked Up Banned Book Reading and Public Discussion
PEN America at the 2019 Greensboro Bound Literary Festival
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@PENamerica is hosting a series of conversations for @bannedbooksweek on the many threats to speech we face these days. (Thanks to @BradMeltzer for getting MLK's biography and other books back in York, PA schools) https://pen.org/campaign/banned-books-week-2021/?mc_cid=403cc179e2&mc_eid=5b48beaefe
Get #BannedBooksWeek started a few days early with @geneluenyang and members of the Leander, Texas community!
MARTITA, I REMEMBER YOU/MARTITA, TE RECUERDO is Sandra Cisneros’ first published fiction in almost a decade. Check out this @forbes interview with Sandra before joining us for a #PENOutLoud conversation about the new book: https://pen.org/event/pen-out-loud-sandra-cisneros-with-jaime-manrique/ https://bit.ly/3lOhxv9