Book bans in schools have landed librarians in activists' crosshairs – USA TODAY

When Amanda Jones saw that her local library board in Livingston, Louisiana, would be discussing “book content” at a meeting in July, she knew she had to speak up. Conservative activists in the state had called for removing certain young adult nonfiction books from children’s shelves, and Jones, a middle-school librarian, worried they were gaining traction in her community.


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