#Censorship News Roundup

Take One Step This Week Toward Combating Censorship: This Week’s Book Censorship News, February 25, 2022

Can you dedicate 20 minutes this week to helping dismantle censorship in your community? That and this week's book censorship news.

How Faith-Based, Right-Wing Money Is Waging War Through Book Challenges: Book Censorship News, February 18, 2022

Books are one of the many tools being used to destroy US public education. This week's book censorship news.

Is a Curriculum Update a Book Ban?: This Week’s Book Censorship News, February 11, 2022

Book challenges intensify, parents sever board members papers during a meeting, and more of this week's censorship news.

Book Sales, Promotion, and Donations Don’t Solve Censorship: This Week’s Book Censorship News, February 4, 2022

This week's book censorship news includes books being challenged in New York, Georgia, Ohio, Texas, and more.

Who Are Moms for Liberty?: This Week’s Book Censorship News, January 28, 2022

Learn about one of the groups leading book banning efforts in the US and catch this week's book censorship news for January 28, 2022.

How Are Censors Encouraging Others To Join Their Campaigns? This Week’s Book Censorship News, January 21, 2022

This week's book censorship news from across the USA.

Right Wing Group Demands Censorship Action From Attorney General: This Week’s Book Censorship News, January 14, 2022

This week's look at books being challenged across the US, including Gender Queer, Looking for Alaska, This One Summer, and more.

Censorship Bills On the Table in Nearly Half of U.S. States: This Week’s Book Censorship News, January 7, 2022

Nearly half of the United States have censorship bills under review or legislated. That and more of this week's book challenge news.

These LGBTQ and Antiracist Books are Being Review Bombed by Book Banners

1 star reviews calling these books "trash" and advocating they be burned take the top review spots on Amazon. You can help change that.

“I Know It When I See It”: Who Pulled Gender Queer from Wake County Library Shelves?

It wasn't the library board or a committee who made the decision to pull Gender Queer from Wake County Public Libraries.