Creative Libraries Utah and Wanda Mae Huffaker, Librarian for Salt Lake County Library and Chair of the Utah Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee, want to make sure librarians are taking the time to report Challenged Books in the state of Utah. The easiest place to report is through ALA:
Reporting is essential for protecting the Constitution, intellectual freedom, and the right to read. ALA and ULA have expertise and resources to help librarians through challenges small and large. Too often we only discuss challenges that become media circuses. Truthfully though, challenges happen everyday in the state of Utah formally and informally. If you have any questions contact the ULA Intellectual Freedom Committee
ULA Intellectual Freedom Committe
You can also find them on Facebook by searching for the ULA Intellectual Freedom Committee.
Make sure and report Challenged Books!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by Creative Libraries Utah, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal License.
The most commonly banned reading materials these days are online materials, often entire web domains. You can use the ALA Online Challenge Reporting Form to report websites filtered by public libraries.
Thanks Ray! Great to know and great resource.