As conservative groups push to ban books, public librarians resign
Some conservative groups across the country are pressuring public and school libraries to ban books they deem unsuitable for their children. Those books often focus on gender identity and race.
Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks to Kimber Glidden, a librarian in Idaho who resigned last week in protest against these groups’ attempts at censorship.
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