Our libraries and book stores have been hosting read-outs since the inception of Banned Book Week in 1982, but this is the first year they’ve gone virtual. Now anyone with a webcam and a concern for literary freedom can participate. The ABA and the ABFFE are offering a how-to page. It’s an easy way to show your concern. In the meantime, I offer this: Some of these images are from actual book burnings. No kidding.
Dorthea Benton Frank signs "The Hurricane Sisters"
Samantha Crespo signs "100 Things to do in Memphis Before You Die"
Mighty Mississippi Book Blast YA Tour
Thousands in the Mid-South cannot read. You can help.
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