Public library turns to e-books in nationwide fight against GOP-led book bans

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As an unprecedented wave of GOP-led book bans and challenges sweep through school libraries nationwide, one library is turning to technology to help teen readers overcome censorship in their local communities. For a limited time, the Brooklyn Public Library’s “Books UnBanned” campaign will allow young adults to request a free e-card. The library’s chief executive stops by the Sunday Show to explain why the initiative is so important.

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