Intellectual Freedom

Information Bias

Bias: Left, Right, Center, Fringe, and Citing Snapchat Several months ago a colleague pointed out a graphic depicting where news fell in terms of political bias. On the chart, the prominent news outlets were placed as right-leaning, left-leaning, center/mainstream, or… Read More ›

Give a Gift That Counts!

Gift giving is part of the tradition of the holiday season, whether you celebrate St. Nicholas Day, Christmas, Hanukkah, Milad un Nabi, or Kwanzaa. If you support the freedom to read and access information in libraries in all formats, consider… Read More ›

Hate Speech & Protests

There were almost 900 reports of harassment and intimidation in the U.S. in the 10 days following the election – most of them in schools, according to a Southern Poverty Law Center article. The article states that the venue isn’t… Read More ›

Celebrating Holidays in the Library

At almost two weeks into November, we are closing in on Thanksgiving, the second holiday in the trifecta of holidays–Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. For Halloween, we focus on fall elements and pull horror/supernatural books for display. We don’t have anything… Read More ›