Posted on September 27, 2022 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The Chicago Public Library launched a local effort to fight book bans and challenges — but it's also welcoming anyone across the nation to join.
The Chicago Tribune reports that the Windy City is now a "sanctuary city" for frequently target books, with special efforts made locally to ensure those books are available to readers.
But they're also inviting anyone else to create a Book Sanctuary — whether that's in their home, their workplace, or a publicly accessible book collection.
You can read more about the Book Sanctuary movement (and join) online.
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