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Words have power. Books were once burned to keep them out of the hands of the masses. But burning pages doesn’t destroy ideas. Ideas and words live on today in libraries, as readers discover themselves and their place in the community.
ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom
The goal of the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom is to educate librarians and the general public about the nature and importance of intellectual freedom in libraries. We accomplish this through case support, programs (including Banned Books Week and Choose Privacy Week), publications (the Intellectual Freedom Manual; Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom), and more!