Banning a John Green novel didn’t work out. But the superintendent’s new idea to rate library books would create enormous problems.
Can a trustee be trusted when he has tried to censor in the past? Residents of Downers Grove were asking that questions when the mayor nominated Arthur Jaros, Jr. to the village’s Library Board.
Would-be censors in Texas lose in their effort to remove LGBT children’s books from the public library. But the fight in Hood County may be far from over.
A graphic novel was challenged in a New Mexico high school. A review committee voted to keep it. So why isn’t the book on the shelves? A local reporter dug into the story.
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.