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In the latest controversy surrounding books, one Michigan mom has called for the removal of Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl from schools. Such a ban would deprive other students access to a critically acclaimed historical text because certain passages make her daughter "uncomfortable". Show your support for freedom of information and sign the pledge below.
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Banned books are a way to keep the public uninformed and to feed into false hysteria about the effects the books in question may have on society. Banning books is an attempt to shield people from subjects that some find offensive, inappropriate, or radical — and it's an assault on our intelligence as a common people.

The American Library Association's annual Banned Books Week runs from September 24th to October 1st each year, and encourages freedom in reading and the celebration of free speech. The ALA contends that a book doesn't have to be popular or deemed significant by a general population in order to be compelling and valid.

We need to promote further enlightenment and learning, not bury our heads in the sand, ignorant to the world around us. Libraries should foster a true desire for awareness and learning by encouraging individuals to read banned books.

Sign the pledge in favor of more planning, less banning!

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Petition Signatures

Jun 29, 2015 Sally Bates We need more education in this country not less. Books open up the world.. but that's what scares you so much!!
Jun 27, 2015 n. gottlieb
Jun 25, 2015 Maureen North
Jun 25, 2015 Camille Dent
Jun 23, 2015 Kaitlin Kennedy
Jun 16, 2015 Mario Tennon
Jun 12, 2015 S. Marsh
Jun 12, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jun 10, 2015 Harry Brewer
Jun 9, 2015 Anthony Millspaugh
Jun 8, 2015 Dori Grasso
Jun 8, 2015 Patricia Cannell
Jun 8, 2015 Jennifer Overton
Jun 8, 2015 Tom Sunlake
Jun 8, 2015 Tim Sunlake
Jun 8, 2015 mary parlin
Jun 8, 2015 suzanne chapis
Jun 8, 2015 Susan Spranger
Jun 8, 2015 Susan Heckler
Jun 8, 2015 Byron Cuddeback
Jun 8, 2015 Jan Lunsford
Jun 8, 2015 Nita Cunningham
Jun 7, 2015 marisa acuna
Jun 7, 2015 Warwick Neal
Jun 7, 2015 Joanne A DeRose-Scheiner I am in favor of more planning and less Banning of Books!!!
Jun 7, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jun 7, 2015 Carol Gray
Jun 7, 2015 Jennifer Wright Book banning brings us one step closer to totalitarianism, and one big step away from freedom. If you don't like a book, don't read it, but others must be able to choose for themselves. That's called freedom.
Jun 7, 2015 Rachel Nichols
Jun 7, 2015 Casey Roy
Jun 7, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jun 7, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jun 7, 2015 Pam Scovil
Jun 7, 2015 Katharine Kehr
Jun 7, 2015 Vina Vesco Hitler's regime banned books, Isis bans books, those that wish to control the masses ban books and the ignorant would ban books. Leave my freedoms to read what I choose alone!
Jun 6, 2015 Janet Bunje
Jun 6, 2015 Kim Hittel
Jun 6, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jun 6, 2015 Michelle Shuster
Jun 6, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jun 6, 2015 Mark Lungo
Jun 6, 2015 (Name not displayed) I love to read. I have been going to the library since I was little, when I first learned to read. I still go and support my local library. Reading is one of my favorite pastimes.
Jun 6, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Jun 5, 2015 Susan Wayne
Jun 5, 2015 Susan Rudinger
Jun 5, 2015 Elizabeth Stange
Jun 5, 2015 Denny Vanstone
Jun 5, 2015 Tracy Arcure All books should be saved, let each and every read have a choice. No banning, or burning of books
Jun 5, 2015 Dina Kovarik
Jun 5, 2015 Christina Michael

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