Books Unbanned at the Boston Public Library

The Boston Public Library has recently become the third public library in the country — alongside Brooklyn and Seattle Public Libraries — to join a growing movement called Books Unbanned. This initiative will give young people ages 13 to 26 across the United States who have felt the impact of book bans free access to the BPL’s digital collections. 

When you make a gift to the Boston Public Library Fund, you help support BPL Books Unbanned and make a stand for the freedom and RIGHT TO READ. Want to get involved? Click here to learn how to help us crowdfund on social media for this initiative. To learn more about Books Unbanned at the BPL, click here.

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