Wisconsin Man Banned From Libraries On Earth _TOP_
Some of them, no matter how old they are, continue to be targeted, even in the past decade. A meme citing a number of classics claims that "These are the most banned books from public libraries and schools in the U.S."
wisconsin man banned from libraries on earth
We went through the list one by one, using information gathered from the American Library Association's (ALA) Office of Intellectual Freedom that compiles "reports from libraries, schools, and the media on attempts to ban books in communities across the country." The ALA's work also includes compiling "lists of challenged books in order to inform the public about censorship efforts that affect libraries and schools."
It didn't make the "Top 100 Most Banned and Challenged Books'' list from 2010-2019, but did get banned and faced challenges in the 1960s, '70s, and '80s. It was even banned in 2002 in schools in the United Arab Emirates.
It didn't make any recent lists, including the "Top 100 Most Banned and Challenged Books'' list from 2010-2019, or even in the 1990s. But according to the San Francisco Public Library it caused "moralist outrage" in 1852, and one school district called the book "pornographic and obscene" in 1977. The National Coalition Against Censorship Wiki claims it was banned by Nicholas I in Russia that year, and criticized in the U.S. for promoting "bad morals." Given that all of the books in the meme faced both challenges and bans over a period of time, but some of them were not featured on the ALA's more recent lists, we rate this claim a "Mixture."
That said he is quite a grotesque being, and obviously sick in his head. Hope he is given proper treatment and cured of his perversions. Until then it's best he be kept away from all public places, and not just libraries !
The ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom records attempts to remove books from libraries, schools, and universities. These titles are books on the Radcliffe Publishing Course Top 100 Novels of the 20th Century that have been banned or challenged.
Harriet the Spy was banned from shelves because the titular character spies. Some schools blocked Louise Fitzhugh's book from shelves when it came out in the 1960s because of concerns that the 11-year-old child's penchant for peeping on her neighbors, jotting down her brutally honest observations, and being generally disagreeable could negatively influence kids by setting a bad example. Early critics argued that Harriet "didn't spy, but rather gossiped, slandered, and hurt other people without feeling sorry about her actions," Thought Co. said.
What's Happening To My Body?, a classic guide to those awkward puberty years, was deemed inappropriate and banned by 21 school libraries in Texas. The father who brought the complaint in December 2010 was shocked that the book would be available to his 8-year-old. The ALA says the book has been one of the top banned and challenged titles by parents in the last decade.
Ever wonder why so many people try to pull certain books from library and school shelves? The Playground Equipment team compiled a banned books list and reasons why parents believe these books should be removed, from the reasonable to the ridiculous. Check out which books Americans had a problem with in 2020, in the past eight years and beyond, and why.
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