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Learn more about Banned Books Week, book bans or challenges, and censorship.
Last Updated: Aug 26, 2014 URL: http://libguides.pulaskitech.edu/bannedbooks Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Banned Book Week T-Shirt Order Form

Celebrate your Freedom to Read

 Banned Books Week 

September 22 - 26, 2014

Celebrating Banned and Challenged Graphic Novels 

Order your Banned Book Week T-shirt through Sept. 3rd

                       Front and back of T-shirt designs


 

 

Read Out Loud from a Banned Book

Celebrate your Freedom to Read

 Banned Books Week 

September 22 - 26, 2014

Are you willing to read a banned book out loud?

Read-Outs are scheduled for 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Sept. 24 & 25 outside the Campus Center. Stop by and listen or if you are interested in reading from hour favorite banned book please contact Veronica Stewart at vstewart@pulaskitech.edu

 

Previous T-Shirt Designs

2006

The image had to be changed slightly to take out the mid-tones.

 

2007

 

2008

The image had to be modified to remove all mid-tones.

2009

The front image covered the chest of the shirt.

2010

The front image covered the left pocket area of the shirt. 

2011

The front image covered the left pocket area of the shirt. 

2012

2013

 

Where are Books Banned in the US?

Your Librarian

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Veronica Stewart
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Outreach & Assessment Librarian
3000 West Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
501-812-2347
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What I'm reading now...:
Accounting for Dummies by John A Tracy
 

Banned Books Week in General

Banned Books Week (BBW) is celebrated on the last week of September each year.  It was created to bring public awareness of censorship issues.  As Americans, we all have the right to express our thoughts and opinions, and in turn to have access to others' published thoughts and opinions, no matter how unpopular they may be.  Unfortunately, many of us take this right to the freedom of expression for granted.  Every year, there are a variety of attempts made by individuals or groups to remove or restrict access to items held in libraries because of the opinions expressed or the language used within them.  Librarians fight against this sort of censorship in order to maintain everyone's freedom of expression.  With the public's understanding and support, we will be able to fight that much harder.

Ottenheimer-South Library
(501)812-2878

Ottenheimer (Main) Library
(501)812-2272

LR-West Library
(501)771-6071

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