/ Last Modified May 1, 2010

Ban This Book!

What's considered too dangerous?

Do you know what kind of books have been considered too dangerous to have on library shelves?

Tucson-Pima public library participates in National Banned Book Week, and presents a lecture on the history of challenged books in our libraries and schools.

The event draws attention to the changing landscape of information access and how the freedom to read is an essential part of our democracy.

Luis Carrion reports.

Related information Banned Book Week Main Library 101 N. Stone Avenue 520-791-4393 American Library Organization

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