Censorship story board
Updated: 12/11/2019
Censorship story board
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Storyboard Text

  • Book Banning Threatens Free Speech
  • John goes to a Catholic school that just banned his favorite book series, Harry Potter.
  • Can I please checkout the next Harry Potter book?
  • I'm sorry John, we just banned those books for being unchristian.
  • Mom, can you contact the school about getting Harry Potter unbanned, isn't that illegal?
  • Sorry, honey it actually is not illegal. Your school can ban books.
  • Mr. Principle, what does the ban mean. Am I never allowed to read Harry Potter, or just at school?
  • You are allowed to read Harry Potter wherever you want as long as it is not on schools property.
  • Mom, I asked the principle about the Harry Potter books and he said that I can still read them at home!
  • That's nice honey!
  • I'm going to start reading the next Harry Potter book in bed, because it is only banned at school and not by the government!
  • American Civil Liberties Union. "Book Banning Threatens Free Speech." Free Speech, edited by Scott Barbour, Greenhaven Press, 2000. Current Controversies. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints,
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