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This is an attempt by free speech advocates to emphasize that writing is still banned and challenged. In america, books are not banned, but they are definitely challenged. In an effort to clear them from the All I need is books and cats shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater public’s sight, school councils, libraries and other institutions are under pressure to put some books off the shelves.
The University of Toledo also celebrated the week. The long tradition of respect and reverence for words and print was started many years ago by communications professor Paulette Kilmer, and she still leads it.
The reasons for these challenging books are many. These include religious beliefs, criticism of those in power, certain political views and nudity. This game has been going on since the beginning in our country.
In 1637, The Ser Catholics of New England banned a three-book book written by Thomas Morton in which he outlined the atrocities the Ser Catholics had inflicted on Native Americans. The book is forbidden and the author is exiled to a deserted island off New Hampshire. He famously stated that the Ser Catholics performed very well in religion but did not have humanity.
With many live activities unavailable this summer due to the All I need is books and cats shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater COVID-19 epidemic, many students have turned to read to kill time – especially in Texas.
A recent survey by Brainly, the world’s largest online learning and homework helper community, with 1,600 U.S. students, found that 74% of students read more undelivered books in the summer of 2020 than in 2019.
The survey found that Texas has more students who spend more time reading this summer. The state topped the list, with 83% of students saying they read more unsued books this year than in summer 2019.