Some of the articles on this page of your guide are from Web sources rather than library databases. Be aware that online news publications usually have a paywall that limits how many times you can read that publication for free per month. That means you may only have access to those articles a few times. If you hit your limit, try another browser - but be aware that access is finite. If you have a problem with the paywall, please ask a librarian for help.
A book challenge fight in Dayton County, WA escalated to an effort to close the local public library. In Sept. 2023, the courts declared the initiative to close the library unconstitutional.
Explore titles in ALA's top ten by year or explore the past decade by title, author, or state in the Pen America index.
Learn about the titles that have been challenged and/or banned. Look for:
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You may also go directly to specific review/ news journals linked below.
Source: " George M. Johnson, author of "All Boys Aren't Blue" on Book Banning" by Eugene Scott, National Political Reporter with The Washington Post and George M Johnson , is licensed under a Standard YouTube License.
Amanda Gorman's poem "The Hill We Climb" - Restricted from K-5 Readers