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Books Gone, Tucson School Now Blocks Visit by Renowned Author Ana Castillo

In a stunning rejection of celebrated author Ana Castillo’s offer to read and speak with Tucson high school students next week, Tucson Unified School District administrators added a new chapter to the nation’s most troubling censorship crackdown and dismissed any overtures for healing in the torn community. A widely sought speaker on the national lecture circuit, [...]
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