University of Wisconsin–Madison
Assistant Professor of Book History and Print Culture in the Information School

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When Librarians Are Silenced

“In the most recent such incident, a librarian in Kansas City, Missouri was arrested simply for standing up for a library patron’s free speech rights at a public event featuring a former US diplomat. Both the librarian and the patron face criminal charges. The incident took place last May, but went largely unnoticed until several advocacy groups called attention to the situation at the end of September.”

Police Use Surveillance Tool to Scan Social Media, A.C.L.U. Says

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