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Panelists talked about books that have been challenged because of the race, ethnicity, religion, or sexual preference of their characters.… read more
Panelists talked about books that have been challenged because of the race, ethnicity, religion, or sexual preference of their characters. Panelists included Charles Brownstein of Comic Book Legal Defense Fund; Cory Doctorow author of Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free; Cathy Camper, author of Lowriders to the Center of the Earth; and Jonathan Hill, illustrator of Americus.
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Charles Brownstein Executive Director Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
Cathy Camper Author
Cory Doctorow Co-Editor BoingBoing
Jonathan Hill Illustrator
Candace Morgan Coordinator Celebrate the Freedom to Read in Oregon
Kevin Sampsell Coordinator Powell's Books->Events
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