Philly lawmaker aims to clamp down on school book bans | Five for the Weekend
State Rep. Chris Rabb's, D-Philadelphia, bill would establish uniform procedures for school boards to follow before yanking books from the shelves.
Inside Pa.’s proposed ‘Parental Bill of Rights,’ which critics are calling homophobic
The legislation would place limits on teachings of sexual orientation and gender identity in younger grades.
Book bans reflect outdated beliefs about how children read | Opinion
Many adults presume that exposure to particular literary content will invariably produce particular effects.
Pa. a national leader as an ‘unprecedented flood’ of book bans engulfs U.S. school districts
The other states with the most incidents of banning are Texas, Florida, and Tennessee
No, actually, book bans don’t sell books | Opinion
They just as often keep books from the readers who need them most.
What are book bans really about? Fear | Tuesday Morning Coffee
The river of knowledge only flows in one direction. Our job is to keep it free of obstructions.
LGBTQ community, people of color in the crosshairs of banned book movement
Students in the Central York school district successfully fought a book ban in their district.