Field Report 2017 Download
Packed with 91 descriptions of censorship attempts in 2017, this expanded issue of the Field Report not only covers book challenges, but also challenges to other library materials and services such as displays, programs, author events, databases, magazines, and DVDs. It also includes an introduction from Office for Intellectual Freedom Director James LaRue about censorship trends and features a list of ways readers can defend the freedom to read. This digital copy includes wide margins and dark text; it can be stapled, bound, printed in color, or printed in black and white.
For more information about banned and challenged books, visit ala.org/bbooks.
- Resolution: 300 dpi
- Format: PDF (with and without crop marks)
- Color Format: RGB
- Pages: 16
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