Field Report 2019 Download
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Banned Books Week is September 27 - October 3, 2020.
Print as many copies as you would like with this digital download. With 4 more pages than the previous edition, this expanded Field Report is filled with descriptions of public challenges and ways to defend the freedom to read.
Compiled by speaker, author, and former Office for Intellectual Freedom director James LaRue, the Field Report describes public challenges to books, films, programs, meeting rooms, displays, and online resources that happened in 2019.
The Field Report is the perfect handout for those who may think book-banning is a thing of the past, and readers who want to stay informed of recent attempts to restrict their access to information. 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: 20
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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