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Freedom to Read Foundation | Banned Books Week

Sorry, but your player cannot support embedded video of this type, you can download this video to view it offline. Inside the Woodridge Neighborhood Library in the U. They include books in the popular Harry Potter series, banned for "witchcraft," and the classic futuristic novel Brave New World , which has been banned for sexual content. Although no books have been removed from libraries or schools in Washington, the display is part of Banned Books Week, which runs through September The annual event points out the perils of censorship and emphasizes the freedom to read. Among the groups sponsoring Banned Books Week is the American Library Association ALA , which releases an annual list of the 10 most challenged books — works that have been targeted for removal from a library or school curriculum. Most requests for books to be banned "you see coming from parents, because they feel they are not appropriate for their children," he added.
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Top 11 Most Challenged Books of 2018

Celebrating the freedom to read, Banned Books Week has become a focal point in the literary year here at Shapero Rare Books.

Challenged Works List

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July 28, The event has been praised for celebrating the freedom provided by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. The books on this year's ALA list were mostly written for children or young adults, such as. Prior to this the only copies available in England were heavily censored and abridged?

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Nipsey Hussle was a bookworm. Part of intellectual freedom is respecting every person's right to challenge material in the library's collection. Now black men are finding inspiration in what he read. American Libraries. Outline of U.

Scheduled for Sept. In , almost books were targeted for removal or restriction in libraries, schools and universities across the country, according to the American Library Association, which helps coordinate Banned Books Week. Among the events:. Library staff and community members will read out loud, in minute blocks, from targeted books. Followed at p.

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