Banned Books Week Events

Ideas on how to celebrate Banned Books Week in your community.
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a flyer for the book reading contest with an image of a light bulb on it
Home - San Diego Writers, Ink
2019-09/26 Banned Books Reading with Judy Reeves and Steve Montgomery | My Site
a blackboard with the words banned books 101 written on it in front of a wooden frame
Banned Books Week Webinars
Banned Books Week Webinars | Advocacy, Legislation & Issues
a woman with red hair and glasses is shown in front of a blue background that says,
Banned Books Week Webinars
Banned Books Week Webinars | Advocacy, Legislation & Issues
a book cover with the title more speech
More Speech Panel Discussion
More Speech Panel Discussion
the library foundation presents banned books bash come and take it logo with red, white, and blue background
Banned Books Bash
Banned Books Bash
the harry potter trivia poster is shown in red and yellow stripes, with a lightning bolt
Harry Potter Trivia
Harry Potter Trivia
a group of people standing on stage in front of a screen with the words banned together
BOSTON: Banned Together: A Censorship Cabaret
BOSTON: Banned Together: A Censorship Cabaret
a flyer for an event with books on it and the words, keep the light on
Banned Books Trivia
Banned Books Trivia
an advertisement for books on the chopping block, which is being held by city library
Books on the Chopping Block
Books on the Chopping Block
an advertisement for the book festival with a woman reading and lightbulbs above her head
Intellectual Freedom Fest
Intellectual Freedom Fest
Banned Books Week Screen Print T-shirts – Tiverton Public Library | 401-625-6796 Jumpers, Sweatshirts, Glow, Shirts, Tops, T Shirts, T Shirt
Banned Books Week Screen Print T-shirts | Tiverton Public Library | 401-625-6796
Banned Books Week Screen Print T-shirts – Tiverton Public Library | 401-625-6796
the words banned books week and jowa actua
Banned Books Week Trivia Night
Banned Books Week Trivia Night | ACLU of Iowa. The ACLU of Iowa and Geeks Who Drink are sponsoring a Banned Books Week Trivia Night at the Ingersoll Tap. Co-presented by ACLU-Iowa and the Iowa Library Association
a poster for the free to read book week with handcuffs and chains hanging from it
Banned Books Week
the logo for art is shown on a black and red square with white letters in it
An Evening in Honor of Banned Books Week - Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce
Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre and The Rutland Free Library together present “An Evening in Honor of Banned Books Week”. The night will begin with a reading of “The Rabbit’s Wedding” by Garth Williams followed by a staged reading from “Alabama Story” by Kenneth Jones based on the true events surrounding the children’s book. “Alabama Story” is a current play that deals with Books, Race, Censorship and the American Character. “Alabama Story” will have its Vermont premiere produced by ART