Articles Tagged with Censorship

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John Waters and law librarians? This should be one for the books – and the pods, tubes, eeks, etc.

[FYI: AALL is the American Association of Law Libraries]

I’ve heard Mr. Waters speak from multiple platforms (he’s totally delightful) but never on library, legal, or access to justice topics, although he has had more than his fair share of censorship litigation experiences, so he likely has talked in the past about those. The Keynote speech should itself become a great topic for discussion at the usually, um, memorable Fastcase party.

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A citation/abstract database of intellectual freedom news articles and editorials:  Joint project of the Oregon State Library’s Intellectual Freedom Clearinghouse and the Oregon Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Committee

“Currently, this is a citation/abstract database of news articles and editorials related to intellectual freedom issues covered in Oregon community newspapers over the past 65 years. Full text of articles will be added and available for download as permission is obtained from individual newspaper publishers. To request the full text of an article, contact the coordinator of the Oregon Intellectual Freedom Clearinghouse….” [Link to Intellectual Freedom database.]