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CBLDF is committed to helping parents, educators, and students turn challenges into triumphs in remote learning situations. Check out all the free resources we have for you to help keep your kids interested and learning, including lesson plans and discussion guides for more than 50 graphic novels!

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CBLDF at C2E2

C2E2 (Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo) starts tomorrow, and CBLDF will be there! Located in the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois, C2E2 runs from December 10 through December 12. Saturday afternoon, from 3:45–4:45, Jeff Trexler (CBLDF interim director) will be…

Comics Challenges Return

It’s happening again. In recent months the CBLDF has received multiple reports of graphic novel challenges at public schools and libraries: Attacks on Maia Kobabe’s Gender Queer have gone viral in social media and school board meetings across the U.S., from a…

CBLDF at NYCC!

New York Comic Con is returning as an in-person event this week, and Comic Book Legal Defense Fund will be there! Join us this Thursday, October 7, at 2:45 p.m. for our panel Defending Comics Today: Contemporary Comics Censorship. Join Interim Director Jeff…

Banned Books: The Internet

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Banned Books Week started this week — it runs September 26–October 2. Each week this month, we will profile one of the many spaces in the United States where books are banned. We’ll examine who is banning and challenging them, the…