On March 2nd, Dr. Seuss Enterprises released the following statement: Today, on Dr. Seuss’s Birthday, Dr. Seuss Enterprises celebrates reading… Read more Libraries as Neutral Spaces
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My current public library job is in an area known as south central King County, where many individuals experience the… Read more Is Homelessness a Public Library Problem?
The Houston Chronicle recently reported that a group of activists (who refer to themselves as “Christ Followers”) rallied outside the… Read more Houston Public Library Sued Over Drag Queen Story Hour
In Catholic and Orthodox Christian versions of the Old Testament in the Bible, there is a small book called the… Read more Judith and Artemisia Gentileschi
From the American Library Association website : Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically… Read more Banned Book Week 2016, September 25th -October 1st