BPL joins those fighting for the rights of teens nationwide to read what they like, discover themselves, and form their own opinions. Books Unbanned allows for individuals ages 13-21 to apply for a free BPL eCard, providing access to BPLs electronic resources.
EThis resource from Pekoll, Assistant Director of the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF), uses specific case studies to offer practical guidance on safeguarding intellectual freedom
“Banned Books Behind Bars” became an endeavor to standardize practices of data aggregation amongst banned books organizations throughout the country. Gathering concrete data about the practice of banning books within prisons requires an elevated level of transparency. Incarcerated individuals, their families, and prison reform activists need a platform for reporting data on censorship practices, and, ultimately, for bringing awareness to the arbitrary application of censorship guidelines within the complex world of incarceration.