NCAC objects to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools removing library books without following policy | UPDATED
Updated 3/29/2023 – In response to NCAC’s letter, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools claims that both books were “reviewed by their schools’ Committees before being permanently removed from those schools’ shelves.”
On 3/8/23 – The National Coalition Against Censorship has written to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in Charlotte, North Carolina, to object to the district’s removal of the books Let’s Talk About It and Sex Plus: Learning, Loving and Enjoying Your Body from school libraries without submitting them to a review as required by district policy.
We urge the district to return the books to school shelves and submit them to the standard review process.
Read NCAC’s full letter to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools here: