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Missouri Legislation Takes First Step in Stripping Public Library Funding | Censorship News

ALA Report Shows Record Number of Book Challenges

Florida Teachers Union Sues State; ‘The Bluest Eye’ Removed in Utah School District | Censorship News

ALA Fund Available for Librarians Fighting Censorship; 'Olivia' Author Ian Falconer Dies; and More | News Bites

Illinois Bill Would Eliminate State-Funded Grants For School and Public Libraries that Ban Books | Censorship News

2021 School Librarian of the Year Amanda Jones Keeps Fighting, Files Appeal of Court Decision

A State-by-State Guide to the Coalitions and Campaigns Fighting Legislation Criminalizing Librarians

Florida Governor Claims Book Ban Hoax, South Carolina Public Library Considers Removing 24 Books | Censorship News

Principal: “Don’t Suggest Books” | Scales on Censorship

Laurie Halse Anderson Named 2023 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award Laureate | News Bites

As Bills in Multiple States Threaten Librarians with Criminalization, Advocates Are Fighting Back

Heated School Board Meetings, Lawsuits, and More Books Pulled from the Shelves | Censorship News

Censorship News: Recent Reports in the Fight for Intellectual Freedom

'All Boys Aren't Blue' Author George M. Johnson's Mom Joins Attendees Speaking Out Against Book Banning Attempt in NJ

EveryLibrary Launches New Resources to Fight Censorship, Track Legislation

Everybody Loves a Winner | Top Stories on SLJ 

Are Book Bans a Civil Rights Violation? A Federal Investigation into a Texas District Will Decide

Fuel Up for the Fight: Resources to Push Back on Censorship Efforts

PEN America, Brooklyn Public Library To Hold Freedom To Read Advocacy Institute

Fielding “Pornography” Charges; Why Is a Parent Against Library Checkout? | Scales on Censorship

Listen Up: Education and Kid Lit Podcasts and Interviews Offer Insight and Entertainment

A Powerful Prescription: Pediatrician Uses Books to Connect with Kids

Changing the Narrative | The Year in SLJ Covers

SLJ Top Stories of 2022

Photo Gallery: SLJ Summit 2022

SLJ's Most Memorable Censorship Stories of 2022

2023 AASL Meeting Planned for Florida, Prompting Debate

Pro Tips from Superintendent Mike Daria | SLJ Summit 2022

Grassroots Organizers Show How to Mount Censorship Counterattacks

Ellen Oh, Linda Sue Park, and Ami Polonsky Speak Out Against Censorship at Florida School Board Meeting

Librarians Strike Back Against Censorship | The Year in SLJ Covers

We Need Diverse Books To Launch "Books Save Lives" Initiative

Ellen Oh: Here Be the Real Everyday Heroes That Our Children Need | 2022 SLJ Summit

Making an Impact in Difficult Times | SLJ Summit 2022

NCAC Honors School Librarian Martha Hickson, Author George M. Johnson, Colin Kaepernick, and Others

Preparation is Paramount for Possible Challenges | Scales on Censorship

Books Removed, Policies Reworked as Complaints Continue to Spark District Action Across the Country | Censorship Roundup

School Librarian Amanda Jones Files Motion for New Trial Against Online Attackers

After Her Book Displays Drew Criticism, Librarian Elissa Malespina Lost Her Job. She's Here to Say "I'm Not OK with This."

School Library Journal, Children’s Book Council Create Poster to Support LGBTQIA+ Youth

In Praise of Scary Things: Restricting kids’ access denies them a mode to process fear | Editorial

Legislators Introduce Right to Read Act to Fund School Libraries, Literacy Efforts| News Bites

Update: Judge Rules Against School Librarian Amanda Jones in Civil Case

Threatening Email Sent to Virginia Beach School Staff Over Books in Collection | Censorship Roundup

Give Young Readers What They Want | Scales on Censorship

Gaming Awards Season and a Call to Action | Trending on SLJ

School Librarian Martha Hickson Helps Develop Website for Librarians Facing Book Challenges

Seven Titles with Censorship Themes

Uniting Against Censorship: A First-Person Account from Banned Books Week Youth Honorary Chair

PEN America Releases Comprehensive Report, "Banned in the USA: The Growing Movement to Censor Books in Schools"

SLJ Honored for Censorship Coverage, Wins 2022 FOLIO Awards for Editorial and Design Excellence

Playing Catch-Up to the Censors, the Fight for the Freedom to Read Needs a Grassroots Revolution

EveryLibrary Institute Releases Report: Voter Perceptions of Book Bans in the United States

ALA: 2022 Book Challenges on Pace to Break Record-Setting 2021 Numbers

Librarians Share Their Plans for Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week 2022: A Time for Education, Advocacy, and Action

22 Titles Pulled from Missouri District Shelves to Comply with State Law and More | Censorship Roundup

Censorship Attempts Will Have a Long-lasting Impact on School Library Collections, SLJ Survey Shows

A Conversation with Cameron Samuels, Inaugural Banned Books Week Youth Honorary Chair

Get Up, Stand Up: Taking the fight to abusers, Amanda Jones wields power. She is not alone. | Editor's Note

Library Purchases Paused by Florida Superintendent—to Keep Media Specialists "Safe" | Censorship Roundup

Amanda Jones Files Suit, Best Teen Reads, and the Pitfalls of Perfectionism | Top Stories of the Week

PEN America Releases Report on Educational Gag Orders

School Librarian of the Year Amanda Jones Fights Back Against Online Attacks

Warning Labels Added to Books in Florida; Titles Removed in Oklahoma and Utah | Censorship Roundup

Wanted: Student Plaintiffs to Fight Back in Court Against Districts Removing Books

SLJ Is a Finalist for 2022 FOLIO Awards for Editorial and Design Excellence

What Are Your Banned Books Week Plans This Year?

Disability Pride, Summer Reading, and a Librarian's Harrowing Story | Top Stories of the Week

Threatened by Armed, Anti-LGBTQIA+ Extremists in Coeur d’Alene, a Children's Librarian Leaves Her Job | First Person

Some Wins, Some Losses in Continuing Fight to Keep Books on the Shelves | Censorship Roundup

IMLS Grant Opportunities, the Biden Administration's New Education Initiative, and More | News Bites

Principal Bans Discussion of 'All Boys Aren't Blue' | Scales on Censorship

With a Joyful Return to In-Person, ALA Annual Hosted a Censorship Discussion. A Twitter Controversy Ensued.

Freedom to Read Fight Continues as Florida Library Media Specialists Face Summer of Fear and Unknowns

Organizations Respond to Virginia Suit Against Barnes and Noble and More | Censorship Roundup

Facing Angry Parents? Keep Cool when Adults Demand Book Removal | Scales on Censorship

Banned Books—'Gender Queer,' 'Maus,' 'Antiracist Baby'—See Jump in Sales

Kid Lit Authors Send Letter to Congress to Speak Out Against Book Banning

Utah Attorney General Provides Legal Framework to Fight Book Bans

Rick Riordan Responds to Racist Percy Jackson Fans; ALA Building Coalition Against Book Banning; and More | News Bites

Sticks and Stones: K–12 is a tough beat. And elections are coming. | From the Editor

Books Restricted, Removed in MS, IA, OR, and FL Districts; 'Out of Darkness' Stays at NC High School | Censorship Roundup

Read Free Poster

SLJ and Penguin Random House Create Poster Supporting the Freedom to Read

WNDB Launches LGBTQIA+ Books Campaign | News Bites

UPDATE: Library Ideas Wins Appeal; iVOX Returned to Google Play Store

New York Library Systems Offer Nationwide Access to Collections | News Bites

Authors Visits Dwindle Amid Censorship Campaigns

Students Counter Censorship Attempts with Banned Books Clubs

'Banned Book Club' Authors Offer Advice as Teens Confront Censorship

The Bible Stays; Epic! App Removed for Review | Censorship Roundup

'Gender Queer' Tops Most Challenged Books List of 2021

OIF Director: Top 10 Most Challenged List Shows Effort to Remove Marginalized Voices from Library Shelves

Follett Changes Course on Proposed Destiny Changes in Response to Library Community Outcry

Taking Book Banners to Court: A Look at a Student Lawsuit in Missouri and Impact of the 1982 'Pico' Supreme Court Decision

A Preview of Our #FReadom to Read Poster | From the Editor

Changes to Challenge Process Proposed in Forsyth County, GA, Schools | Censorship Roundup

SLJ Reviews Explained: Our editors field questions on grade levels and how ‘stars’ are made

With Rampant Book Bans and Free Speech Under Fire, Three Educators Seek Advice | Scales on Censorship


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