Updated: Nov 20
"Banned Books Week is annually celebrated by bookstores, schools, and libraries across the country to bring awareness to the books that are most banned and challenged at those institutions, to highlight the value of free and open access to information, and to support the freedom to express ideas.
This year Banned Books Week is October 1-7, and to celebrate, James LaRue will be at the Bookworm on Oct. 3 at 6pm to present his book, On Censorship, that uses humor, reason, and intelligence, to build a case against censorship as he recounts stories from his experience as a librarian confronting book banning, while also casting a wider net to encompass larger issues of censorship."
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