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The Erasure Olympics: The War on Books Against Black, Brown, LGBTQ, & Indigenous Authors

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  /  02.20.2023

In this video, we dive deeper into the issue of banning books in schools and why diverse stories are crucial in education. We explore the impact of “The Erasure Olympics,” Florida’s law mandating approved books in classrooms and discuss the efforts of PEN America to track nationwide book-banning. We also highlight the importance of supporting Black-owned bookstores and local libraries in the fight against censorship.

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