Boston University students visit Mugar Memorial Library to learn about Banned Books and speak out against censorship.

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Books are still being banned this day in age. Last week a school district in central North Carolina banned the book Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison. Read all about it here!

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In celebration of the many taboo texts that bring us cerebral joy and literary rebellion, I reflect on one of my favorite recently banned books, Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man. Deemed “too much for teenagers” by a North Carolina parent, the widely-known staple of African-American literature was reportedly banned from school libraries in Randolph county just […]

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This isn’t a story about how I was prevented from reading Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut’s most popular work and considered by many to be his second greatest novel (behind Cat’s Cradle). This is more about how really you can only decide for yourself whether you like something and you shouldn’t listen to other people’s opinions, no […]

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