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LGBTQ and Other “Diverse” Books Lead Banned Books List

Society & Culture : Flavorwire

“Diversity” may be a buzzword in enlightened literary circles (so much so that certain writers feel oppressed by the very idea) but diverse books — especially those with LGBT, with emphasis on the T, content — are among the most fre...

American Library Association releases list of books most frequently banned last year

Lifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

This week is known as Banned Books Week, which was founded to support "the freedom to seek and to express ideas." It also shows that some ideas face a lot more opposition than others. Every year, the American Library Association mak...

Turn “Banned Books Week” into “Educational Freedom Week”

Academics / Political Science : Cato @ Liberty

We are in the midst of “Banned Books Week,” a time dedicated not so much to shining light on books that have actually been banned—that no one may legally read—but that parents object to their children being forced or encouraged to r...

Banned Books Week 2011, a web content rundown

Education / Library & Research :

It’s time for my semi-regular round up of Banned Books Week websites. You can look at past posts on this topic by checking out the bannedbooksweek tag here or here is a list of the annual posts More on the Chicago Defender. Here are...

#BannedBooksWeek: Why Banning Books is Wrong (& Better Solutions)

Arts / Writing :

This week I helped celebrate #BannedBooksWeek by moderating a Google On Air panel of popular authors discussing why banning books does a disservice to readers everywhere (You won't believe the screengrab of my giant head that Google...


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