About the Kids' Right to Read Project
in 2007 by ABFFE and the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC),
the Kids' Right to Read Project provides support, education, and
advocacy to people fighting book challenges. It has confronted
challenges and bans involving over 250 titles in 28 states. Details can
be found in the 2010 The Kids' Right to Read Project Report. Also be sure to check out the most recent challenges in which KRRP has been involved.
The Kids’ Right to Read Project provides:
- Advice and assistance to students, teachers and others opposing book-banning in schools and communities nationwide
- Educational materials to promote community awareness about the right to read
for local activism by reaching out to students, teachers, booksellers,
librarians, journalists, and other community members
- Access to a nationwide network of advocates and activists involved in promoting and defending the right to read
clearinghouse of information for students, journalists, scholars and
others, created by tracking book censorship incidents across the country
To report book censorship, email firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.