NCAC, ALA talk Banned Books on KPFA’s Project Censored

NCAC Executive Director Joan Bertin and Kids’ Right to Read Coordinator Acacia O’Connor joined KPFA radio out of Berkeley, CA on Friday, speaking about the prevalence of book challenges today and the debate over a book ratings system. Barbara Jones, Director of ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom  also called in, along with Tony Diaz, founder of Libro Traficante, who shed some light on the ongoing ban of the Tucson Mexican-American studies program.

NCAC joined with ALA and dozens of other national organizations earlier this year to protest the cancellation of the MAS program and removal of dozens of books.

The Morning Mix Project Censored – September 28, 2012 at 8:00am

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