Banned and Challenged Books: Issues of Freedom
Banned and Challenged Books - Issues of Freedom is on display in the Cook Library Lobby Exhibit Cases. The display, which highlights issues of freedom of speech, expression, and information, is organized in three sections: (1) the principles of information freedom promoted by the American Library Association Office for Information Freedom; (2) books that have been challenged or banned; and (3) authors of books for children and adults whose works have been challenged or banned.
Banned and Challenged Books - Issues of Freedom will be on display in the Cook Library Lobby Exhibit Cases from February 2-March 30, 2012. For more information about this display, contact Linda Ginn at [email protected] or 601-266-6398 or Ellen Ruffin at or 601.266.6543.