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Banned Books Week 2014: #BannedBooksWeek

Celebrating the freedom to read!

Join the Conversation!

Help us by adding your voice to our fight against censorship! Submit your favorite banned book using the form on this guide We may even use your submission in our social media during Banned Books Week!

You can also let us know your favorite banned books by connecting with us through social media:

Twitter: @sulibraries

Facebook: Salisbury University Libraries

Instagram: @sulibraries

Pinterest: sulibraries

Tumblr: The Buzz from SU Libraries

#BannedBooksWeek on Twitter

Mention @sulibraries in your tweets about #BannedBooksWeek or follow us to see what we're tweeting.

#BannedBooksWeek on Instagram

Be sure to follow us on Instagram @sulibraries for more #BannedBooksWeek pictures!

Participate in #BannedBooksWeek 2014

Banned Books Week on Pinterest

Check out our 'Banned Books Week!' Pinterest board for the top 100 banned books taken straight from the American Library Association's list. Each book has been linked to the record in our WorldCat catalog. Click to find out if the book is still available from SU Libraries, come in and borrow it and help us celebrate the freedom to read!

#BannedBooksWeek on Tumblr

Get The Buzz from SU Libraries by following sulibraries on Tumblr. Follow the #BannedBooksWeek hashtag for all things banned books!

#BannedBooksWeek on Facebook

#BannedBooksWeek 2014 pictures are being organized in a Facebook album. Here are just a couple, check them all out here!

And here are some pictures from our 2013 Banned Books Week festivities. There is a #BannedBooksWeek2013 album on Facebook if you're interested in more!