About banned books
A visual compilation of some of the most banned books and music in the USA. Describing censorship that occurs when private individuals, government officials, or organizations remove books from libraries, school lists, bookstore shelves and the internet because they object to the content, ideas, or themes of the book.
This new book is about the question of what has happened to so-called free speech? People can agree or disagree with what anyone says, books defend your right to say it and to write it. Inside this book you will find certificates of, freedom from censorship, declarations of protest printed on nice card stock, high gloss certificates are inside the book.
How does this happen
Why does it work or not work? Before a book can become banned someone must challenge it. The American Library Association defines a challenge as “an attempt to remove or restrict materials, based upon the objections of a person or group.” A successful challenge results in a ban, we also cover how to prevent it, how to protest. Step by step instructions on how to set up a protest in your community against violations of the freedom of speech and the first amendment. Including a list of books, current and past banners. Setting up how to protest in your community.
The most widespread form of censorship in the United States, with children’s literature being the primary target. They commonly fear that these publications will present ideas, raise questions, and incite critical inquiry among children that parents, political groups, or religious organizations are not ready to address or that they find inappropriate. This is a product that is prohibited from sale in certain venues banned books – click here.