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Banned Books Week

 

Join the Virtual Read-Out!

Banned Books Week Virtual Read-out YouTube Channel

Come to Carnegie Library or the Nallo Center to record your video!

From How your library can participate in the Banned Books Virtual Read-out | ala.org:

You have four video options for the Banned Books Virtual Read-Out:

1) Pick a favorite banned/challenged book and discuss why the book means so much to you and how you would feel if someone prevented you from reading the book.

2) You can submit a video no more than 3 minutes long of a reading from a banned or challenged book. The video must include information on where and why the book was banned or challenged. You may also add a comment about why you believe the book is important. Please keep your remarks brief.

[Your library has a display and a list of books that have been frequently banned or challenged over the years.]

3) A video of an eyewitness account of local challenges can be submitted. This video should be no longer than three minutes long.

4) Create a promotional video for Banned Books Week. The video should be no longer than five minutes long. The video’s message should focus on celebrating the freedom to read during Banned Books Week.

 

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