Banned Books Week 2008 – Sept 27th thru October 4th

Special Exhibit at Maring-Hunt

This exhibit, Censorship in Schools and Libraries, created by the Long Island Coalition Against Censorship, presents incidents of censorship in public libraries and schools that have occurred nationally over the last 150 year. Black and white images along with text, illustrate the books and authors that have been most challenged by schools and libraries. Authors and books include Judy Blume, Maurice Sendak and the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling.

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2 Comments on “Banned Books Week 2008 – Sept 27th thru October 4th”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I find it interesting that libraries don’t like banned books yet will censor other aspects of their own functions–programs presenting opinions and employees’ opinions.

  2. MPL Blogger Says:

    I don’t understand what you are saying, Anonymous. Libraries don’t like banned books? Where would someone come up with that statement? Are you saying we censor opinions? I am not aware that we censor opinions or programs but we do always monitor the ‘tenor’ of dialogue or disagreements-—we expect dialogue to be polite and respectful.

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