Read banned comics
This annual celebration, born in 1982, moves through libraries, schools, bookstores and other community settings in the US and many other countries.
The Banned Books Week Coalition is an international alliance of different organisations that unite to promote, protect and spread the freedom to read and against the banning and censorship of publications. This year’s theme is “Banning Books Silences Storiesa call to action to stand up against censorship.
The CBLDF, created in 1986, is a organisationthe CBLDF, which is dedicated to protecting First Amendment rights in comics, believes that comics are often the most challenged and banned publications, and has produced a free visual guideto banned, controversial and/or controversial comics to help identify, understand and protect them.
Lists comics that frequently face censorship and includes the opinions of their authors, such as Neil Gaiman, Raina Telgemeier, G. Willow Wilsonand others, as well as ideas for Banned Books Week events in shops, schools or libraries.
At this link you can read the guides from 2014 to 2017.
If you are organising an activity related to Banned Books Week, you can register your event here.
Download “Read Banned Comics” (14.2 Mb, PDF)
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