NCAC Interview: Linda Tyndall Fights for “Fifty Shades”

When Linda Tyndall heard that copies of the best-selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey had been removed from the Brevard County Public Libraries, she was concerned and decided to take action. Her petition on Change.org has over 1,600 signatures. Tomorrow, Tyndall and other petitioners will make their voice heard at a meeting of the County Library Board.

 

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One Response to NCAC Interview: Linda Tyndall Fights for “Fifty Shades”

  1. Pingback: “Fifty Shades” of Free Speech FTW! « Blogging Censorship

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