As threats to freedom of expression rise around the world, organizations like the International Cities of Refuge Network and PEN America strive to support writers.
In response to a wave of book banning in libraries and schools across the United States, Brooklyn Public Library launched a program where young readers can borrow from the entire online collection at no cost.
The author of one of last year’s most challenged books confronts a campaign of threats, cyberattacks, and doxing in the post-truth era.
Banned Books Week raises awareness of the rise in attempts to remove titles from schools and public libraries through a series of special events to be held across the country starting on September 18.
A special “unburnable” edition of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale was crafted to raise awareness about recent efforts to ban books from schools and libraries.