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1.Banned Books Week: We defend 30 challenged books including 'Beloved' and '1984'
For Banned Books Week, USA TODAY staffers defend some of the most-challenged books and their rightful place in our world.
From : YAHOO!News
2.It's hard to believe America still needs 'Banned Books Week,' but the left and the right both keep censoring ideas and people they don't like
It's "Banned Books Week" in the US, because Americans — liberals and conservatives alike — still haven't learned that ...
From : Business Insider on MSN.com
3.Books Unite Us, Censorship Divides Us: Banned Books Week 2021 at the U
Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah is celebrating this year’s Banned Books Week by holding events to honor ...
From : Daily Utah Chronicle
4.Libraries celebrate freedom to read with Banned Books Week
Libraries, teachers, publishers, booksellers and avid readers are marking the annual Banned Books Week, a national initiative ...
From : Joplin Globe
5.JS Library highlights Banned Books Week
Sept. 26 to Oct. 2 is Banned Books Week. The staff at the Jersey Shore Public Library takes this annual event and turns it ...
From : Lock Haven
6.Banned Book Week: Fighting censorship
Every year, book stores and libraries in the Concho Valley, and across the country, mark the final week of September as ...
From : Concho Valley Homepage
7.Banned Books Week Fights Censorship by People in Power
This op-ed argues that those who ban or burn books are seeking to destroy history, ideas, and narratives that challenge the ...
From : MSN
8.Banned books invite a read
This week, visitors to the second floor of the New Ulm Public Library will see a display of some of the most popular and ...
From : Journal
9.Banned Books Week Challenges Ideas of Censorship in Education
The J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah is celebrating this year’s Banned Books Week by holding events to honor the theme: “Books Unite Us. Censorship Divides Us.” After a surge of ...
From : Daily Utah Chronicle
10.Banned Books Week event at Bridge Books
Banned Books Week is the last week of September and this year Bridge Books are thinking about the history of censorship.
From : Times LIVE
11.6 Banned Books to Celebrate Banned Books Week
This year’s Banned Books Week runs on the theme “Books unite us. Censorship divides us.” These six written works demonstrate ...
From : LitReactor
12.Area libraries, bookstores celebrate Banned Book Week
Activities and displays around the area are promoting “Banned Book Week,” Sept. 26 to Oct. 2. The path at Umatilla’s Hash ...
From : The Hermiston Herald
Wikipedia sayings about banned book week
Retrieved 2008-07-22.(dead link) Gampe, Hannah (September 29, 2016). "Banned Book Week Book Review: Carrie by Stephen King". tyroneeagleeyenews.com. Retrieved
inviting readers to draw their own conclusions about the events." Banned Book Week September 27-October 4, 2008 Marshall University Sexy Kirkus Reviews