Children’s Literature and the Censorship Conversation: Dialogues on Challenged Books
It’s a topic of discussion that has increasingly been at the forefront of the publishing industry and beyond. More
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Thank you to these authors for standing up and speaking up. @LindaSuePark Ami Polonsky @ElloEllenOh to save young people's lives and fight for their #fREADom to have access to books that reflect their reality and provide hope. Thanks to @FLFreedomRead @diversebooks @PENamerica https://twitter.com/FLFreedomRead/status/1600529718855491586
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This is a worry in Tx upcoming legislative session that a punitive state law will lead districts to overreact and censor themselves out of fear. (like this district in MO removing The Hate U Give). @penamerica @uabookbans https://www.emissourian.com/local_news/st-clair-district-pulls-book-from-library-shelves-as-schools-statewide-grapple-with-new-state/article_f624eaa4-7681-11ed-b2ee-b7df4d46e30a.html