Protecting the freedom to read

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Barbara Jones, director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, tells Brian what her office does, objects to the CPS banning “Persepolis,” explains how she became interested in standing up against such censorship, and describes the types of books that typically end up on “banned books” lists.

Man Reading Book and Sitting on Bookshelf in Library