The June 2013 issue of the Freedom to Read Foundation News is in the mail - and has been posted online. Our quarterly publication is available as a benefit to all current FTRF members, as well as to organizations who subscribe. To access the current issue, you must be signed in as a member. Sign-in directions are at the top right corner of this page. (Back issues, from 1991 to March 2013, are available to members and non-members.)
This issue has the latest information on the Chicago Public Schools' controversy over the graphic novel Persepolis, profiles of the many spring FTRF "winners" (Roll of Honor Award, Conable Scholarship, Krug Fund Banned Books Week grants, and the trustee elections), and information about FTRF's upcoming ALA Annual Conference activities (including the Member Reception with Sara Paretsky). We hope you enjoy this issue - we'd love your feedback (in the comments here, on Twitter, or shoot us an email)!
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