RSVP: Book Banning and the Fight for Inclusion


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This LGBTQ+ history month, join us for a panel conversation focused on the growing book bans and classroom censorship efforts to target LGBTQ+ authors, educators, and students. The 2022 midterm elections are a prime opportunity to demand that candidates for office reject efforts to censor conversations about race, gender, and sexual orientation.

Right to Learn: How Book Bans and Classroom Censorship Efforts Impact LGBTQ Authors, Educators, and Students and How You Can Help

Tuesday, October 25th, 6pm ET / 3pm PT
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Featured panelists:

Moderated by Gillian Branstetter (she/her) - Communications Strategist at the ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project and LGBTQ & HIV Project.

Accessibility and Reasonable Accommodations: The ACLU strives to create inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to fully engage with its programming. These events will include real time captioning and ASL interpretation. If you would like to request another reasonable accommodation to better participate in this event, please reach out promptly to [email protected].

This conversation is presented by the ACLU, Hachette Book Group, Lambda Literary, and We Need Diverse Books.