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What To Do About Your Local Library Putting Porn On Kids’ Shelves

"The most pornographic books are not on the ALA’s annual list, and likely are in the children’s section of your local library. Thus, the ALA annual list distracts public attention from the worst books by steering public debate to the merely bad."


"So, what’s a citizen to do? First, educate yourself. Every county and school district library in America could be indecently exposing children to explicit content. Most libraries endorse and subscribe to the ALA’s twisted version of the First Amendment. Through guidance such as the Library Bill of Rights, The Freedom to Read Statement, and the Freedom to View Statement, the ALA treats parents shielding the innocence of their own children as violators of the First Amendment."









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