Field Report 2018 Download
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Censorship leaves us in the dark, but awareness about the freedom to read keeps the light on. With more than 90 descriptions of recent censorship attempts around the country, the Field Report is a perfect handout for those interested in learning about challenged books, censorship trends, and how to defend the freedom to read. Compiled by speaker, author and former Office for Intellectual Freedom director James LaRue, the Field Report reviews public challenges to books, films, programs, meeting rooms, displays, and online resources. The report also includes 12 ways readers can shine a light on censorship, as well as information on the Top 11 Most Challenged Books of 2018. This digital copy includes wide margins and dark text; it can be stapled, bound, printed in color, or printed in black and white.
- Resolution: 300 dpi
- Format: PDF (with and without crop marks)
- Color Format: RGB
- Pages: 16
Banned Books Week is an annual event that celebrates the freedom to read and draws attention to the harms of censorship. Learn more about Banned Books Week and censored books at ala.org/bbooks.
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