Posts Tagged ‘ Editorial ’

Can You Help Protect the First Amendment?

January 19, 2018
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CBLDF is looking for writers of all stripes, from talented newcomers to experienced journalists, to add to our roster of bloggers. Whether you can commit to an article a week, an article a month, or an article a year, we want your voice! CBLDF is looking for writers to help generate ongoing features and website…

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MI University Editorial Explores the Impact of Banning Books on Millennials

November 23, 2016
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An editorial piece on Central Michigan University’s website reminds us of the detriments of banning books, adding a new spin that by doing so might propagate an isolated and less diversified intellectual culture amongst a new generation of tech-savvy youths. From seminal classics like Romeo and Juliet to modern works like Harry Potter and the…

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Author Urges Students to Challenge Book Bans

June 16, 2016
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In a recent editorial piece on The Huffington Post, author and high school teacher Peter Brown Hoffmeister discusses the hot topic of banning books and explores the dangerous implications and imminent pitfalls of censoring the materials teenagers have access to in schools. Whether it be award-winning books like The Perks of Being a Wallflower, acclaimed…

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Captain Underpants Creator Urges Parents to Make a Change For Banned Books Week

September 8, 2015
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In 2012, Captain Underpants topped the American Library Association’s most frequently banned book list for its “unsuitable” content. It popped again as the #1 most banned book in 2013 for offensive language and violence. In light of the numerous challenges that his popular children’s series has faced, creator Dav Pilkey recently contributed an editorial piece…

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CBLDF Liberty Annual 2015 Takes A Bow in Honor of National Lampoon

August 21, 2015
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CBLDF Liberty Annual 2015 Takes A Bow in Honor of National Lampoon

The CBLDF Liberty Annual 2015, published by Image Comics, is coming to local comic shops near you this October, and to celebrate great satire and what it means to truly embrace free speech, Bleeding Cool gives us a first look at editor D.A. Cox’s inspiration behind this year’s collection: National Lampoon. In a guest post for…

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