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Uncensored Voices: Celebrating Literary Freedom
Uncensored Voices: Celebrating Literary Freedom

AIR DATE: October 9, 2012

Since 1982, more than 11,000 books have been challenged in schools and libraries. In response, the American Library Association holds a National Banned Books Week each year. On Saturday, in recognition of the week and in conjunction with the Las Vegas Valley Book festival, the ACLU is holding "Uncensored Voices," an interactive discussion with experts on literary censorship in the US and on the internet.
Professor Jeanne Price, director of the Wiener-Rogers Law Library at the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV
Tony Diaz, leader of Librotraficante
Trevor Timm, Activist, Electronic Frontier Foundation

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