For those reading A People’s History of the United States (and everyone else)

Read & Resist Tucson

I have mentioned the Tuscon book banning in a couple of posts.  Now, thanks to Eva at A Striped Armchair, I’ve learned about a project called Read & Resist, Tuscon, organized by Melissa at The Feminist Texican (Reads).  There is a list of banned books here.

It project be a perfect adjunct to the A People’s History Group Read, and A People’s History of the United States is on the banned book list!

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2 responses to “For those reading A People’s History of the United States (and everyone else)

  1. I’ve signed up! Thanks for spreading the word. :-)

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