What’s it like to live in a place where librarians say they feel terrified? I reached out to residents of a South Carolina town to find...
"Censorship is the desperate rear-guard action of a movement that has already lost the fight for hearts and minds"
“The First Amendment protects literary expression, even when some people find portions of the works difficult or objectionable"
“But what’s happening now – banning books, suppressing speech, the othering of our students, teachers, parents – it’s alarming"
They have been labeled pedophiles on social media, called out by local politicians and reported to law enforcement officials
"Our LGBTQ youth are under attack- This isn’t Alabama or Florida or the bible belt — this is Long Island!"
Queer news sources and blogs shout out the depressing details every day. My own friends and colleagues have been harassed and assaulted
DeSantis critics charge that this is little more than the Governor & Republicans literally 'canceling culture,' and the LGBTQ+ community
These bills reflect a coordinated effort of far-right lobbyists seeking to undermine progress addressing racism & advancing LGBTQ equality
Undeterred by the mayor's blatant homophobia the library set up a crowd fundraiser to offset a potential financial shortfall