Freedom to read, to access information and speak in public spaces is crucial to maintaining a healthy democracy. The menu below contains resources to help you better understand your First Amendment rights and responsibilities, learn about notable cases and take action against censorship in your communities.
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Featured Resources for Librarians
Kids’ Right to Read Action Kit
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|NCAC's Book Censorship Toolkit||Books, Schools|
|LGBTQ Right to Read Resource Guide||Books, Sexuality|
|Internet Filters in Schools and Libraries||Internet, Schools|
|The Cyber-Library: Legal and Policy Issues Facing Public Libraries in the High-Tech era||Internet, Nudity & Pornography|
|Graphic Novels: Suggestions for Librarians||Books, Visual Art|