card header iconIntellectual Freedom Links

The ALA is obviously the first resource and line of defense for IF issues:
The California School Library Assn. also has a variety of documents relating to IF on their website:
AS IF is an author blog that is especially useful because it has links to many author pages:
Ladonna Guillot writes on the subject of IF in the school library setting very effectively:
Doug Johnson is just the right person to read if you want to learn more about IF and entertain yourself at the the same time:
Joyce Valenza has a great blog post here that relates to 2.0 being an intellectual freedom issue:
Doug Johnson and Joyce Valenza collaborate on this great article from SLJ:
Many, many books are challenged each year:
SLJ article RE: Tango Makes Three:
ALA Banned Books lists and info:
Top Ten Books challenged in 2009:
Amy Sonnie's book Revolutionary Voices:

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