It isn’t just their frequency that has changed, it is also the tactics behind them and the venues where they play out.

Challenges to books about sexual and racial identity are nothing new in American schools, but the tactics and politicization are.

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Why book ban efforts are. May 18, 2023 7:05 PM PT. A new report from the American Library Association showed a spike in censorship efforts, with 1,269 attempts.

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1 to Dec. (30 Jan 2022) From New York Times: Parents, activists, school board officials and lawmakers around the country are challenging books at a pace not seen in decades.

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Between August and November Missouri banned nearly 300 books in at least 11 school districts, according to Pen America. A protest against efforts to ban books. Book Ban Efforts Spread Across the U.

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Today, we’re covering one community’s fight over a book ban and the success of New York City’s vaccine mandate for nearly all public school employees.

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A Roxbury public school librarian has sued local parents alleging harassment, and spoke defiantly about her support for LGBTQ-themed titles at a board meeting this week that was filled with groups.

(30 Jan 2022) From New York Times: Parents, activists, school board officials and lawmakers around the country are challenging books.

The American Library Association received 330 reports of challenges from Sept.