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Intellectual Freedom: Fighting the Good Fight

Intellectual Freedom: Fighting the Good Fight Online

With book bans all over the news, intellectual freedom is under attack, with a specific focus on materials related to or representative of marginalized communities. In this engaging presentation, you'll hear about the latest challenges to books and programs, review tools and resources for engaging with community concerns, and have a chance to discuss what's on your mind. Martin Garnar, PhD, is director of the Amherst College Library, chair of the ALA Intellectual Freedom Committee, and editor of the 10th edition of the Intellectual Freedom Manual. His professional activities and speaking schedule reflect a profound inability to say no. A native New Yorker, Martin lives in western Massachusetts with his husband Mark and their impossibly cute miniature dachshunds. 

This webinar will be recorded.  If you can’t attend but would like to view the webinar, please register to receive the link to the recording.

Related LibGuide: Intellectual Freedom Guide for Massachusetts Libraries by Terry McQuown

Date:
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Format:
Webinar
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Categories:
   Academic Libraries      Collection Development & Maintenance      Community      Electronic Content      Leadership & Management      School Libraries      Special Libraries      Youth Services  

Registration is required. There are 58 seats available. Waiting list may be available if full.

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