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Pennsylvania schools are removing books from libraries. Here’s what the Supreme Court has said about book bans
How much authority do school boards have to remove books, and at what point could a removal violate students’ First Amendment rights? Here is what legal scholars and school librarians have to say.
On The Spark Thursday, we were joined by Terry Walters, a Cumberland county author living with Parkinson’s disease, who discussed his story and career. After being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease about twelve years ago, he nearly lost his ability to write but found another way to be creative through his new podcast, Alex and Terry’s Boomer MusicCast.
Lancaster author shares her experience with OCD and new children’s picture books that address complex emotions
Jessica Whipple, Lancaster poet and author of Enough Is and I Think I Think a Lot joined us on The Spark Tuesday to discuss her books, poetry, and connection to her work.
Librarian says he was told to remove Holocaust survivor’s quote for violating Central Bucks’ ‘advocacy’ policy
The quote is from Wiesel’s 1986 Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech.
Who are Quakers and what do they believe? Quaker Activist, George Lakey, gives answers and discusses his new book
On The Spark Monday we dove beneath the surface and learned more about Quakerism and George Lakey, a Quaker activist who fights for peace, civil rights, LGBTQ rights, labor, justice, and the environment.