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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice, and Accessibility (DEIJA): Book Bans
Celebrating Freedom Day
Collection Development & Cataloging
Digital Justice 4 Disability Justice
Inclusive Metadata Practices for Digital Collections
Indigenous Community Outreach
Recruitment & Retention
Programming & Affinity Groups
Why Didn't The New York State Education Department Defend It's State Librarian?
School book ban debate arrives in Auburn
Auburn High School librarian addresses book controversy
Baldwinsville parents challenge BOE-approved books
Eagle News Online
Auburn school board votes to keep challenged book in high school library
FReadom to Read Padlet by Sue Kowalski
Curated resources to support conversations, inquiries, complaints, and censorship attacks.
Report Challenged Library Materials in NYS
A form from the NYS Library being used to collect data on challenged materials.
Recent challenge experiences; Titles challenged; Policies; and Related Resources
Padlet created for attendees of the webinar above.
From Ask the Lawyer: Book Challenges and Records Retention
NYLA Intellectual Freedom Committee
Why Book Ban Efforts Spread Across the U.S.
US conservatives linked to rich donors wage campaign to ban books from schools
A Healthy Democracy Does Not Support Library Censorship
Librarians Grapple with Conservatives' Latest Efforts to Ban Books
Read the Books That Schools Want to Ban
There's a Simple Reason That Demands to "Ban" Books Like Maus are Soaring
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