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Hello,

If you have not already come across information on this upcoming event, I thought I would pass it along.

Censored Authors Speak: Fourth of July and the Freedom to Read
Wednesday June 29th at 8 PM, livestreaming on Facebook and YouTube.
"Join our panel of authors as they discuss how the rise in censorship and the increased suppression of ideas and perspectives of diverse authors intersects with our conception of America, and the rights and freedoms that are celebrated on July 4th."
https://www.everylibrary.org/cas2

I have previously attended other virtual events and workshops sponsored by EveryLibrary and have found them to be excellent.

Thanks,

David O. Smith
Associate Director of Library Services

180 W River Rd, Waterville, ME 04901
(207) 859-1235
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