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BLOG BUZZ: Ugly Beliefs, Free Speech, and Libraries by David Lee King

“Ok – for starters, just to be clear: bigotry and racism is always ugly, and is always repugnant and wrong. Violent acts because of those beliefs? Horrible, and illegal.

I’ll also say this – pretty much every library has ugly, repugnant, and wrong content in our library collections. For example, my library has Mein Kampf (it’s currently checked out).

Why bring this up? Because in light of recent events in Charlottesville and elsewhere, I’ve seen some of my library friends and colleagues talking about libraries NOT being neutral spaces.”

Keep reading at davidleeking.com/ugly-beliefs-free-speech-and-libraries.



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