A parent in Etiwanda, California is complaining that a celebrated children’s book about tolerance and diversity is not “appropriate” for a kindergarten classroom.
A conservative legal group’s threat to sue a school over the planned reading of a book about a transgender child is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of how the First Amendment applies to public schools.
A conservative law firm threatened to sue a Wisconsin school over a reading and discussion of the picture book I Am Jazz. The district canceled the November 23 reading.
From defending challenged library books to promoting campus free speech to identifying nudity double standards on social media, here are a few of the folks we consider Free Speech Heroes in 2015.
Residents of one Texas town want two LGBT books removed from the children’s section of a public library. That is unconstitutional. But a plan to move the books to the adult section is similarly problematic.