Monday, September 26, 2011

Banned Books Week- Celebrate the Freedom to Read!

Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to read and the importance of open access to information and literature despite the nature of its content.
This annual event was started in the USA in protest to the attempts to ban controversial books and to draw attention to the dangers of censorship and the importance of freedom of expression.

Why not join in this week by reading a banned or challenged book from CSU Library:
Websites:

To find out more about Banned Books week or find other challenged or banned books visit the ALA website.

The University of Melbourne have also published a list of books that have been banned in Australia.

No comments:

Post a Comment