Book banning in public schools should cease in existence, for the reason that controlling what students should or should not read violates the first amendment right of freedom of speech, some students to feel left out or treated as burdens when they are not allowed to read a book for an assignment, leaving minority students misrepresented or not represented at all, and preconditions the mindsets of students to formulate a preconceived idea rather than students formulating their own opinions. To form their own opinions students need to be exposed to all avenues in a safe, controlled environment, such as schools, in order to truly find out who they are, and who or what they want to represent. If parents have an issue with the topics discussed
Book banning is not as common as it is made out to be in the U.S., but it does put a restriction the constitution’s first amendment. To ban a book, in the U.S., from a public or school libraries, for offensive content, a challenge must be made against the book. A challenge can be made by anyone but of the challenges made between “1990 and 2000, there were 6,364 challenges reported... sixty percent were reported by parents, fifteen percent by patrons and nine percent by administrators” (Schools and censorship: Banned Books). Most of these challenges sent to the American Library Association do not get accepted and officially ban the book.
Do you think teenagers should read a story that has killing or a lot of inappropriate content and violence? Others think it's good to have them read it but I think teens shouldn't be reading this because “The Call of The Wild” and “After an outpouring of literary outrage, N.C. Country Reconsiders Book Ban” prove to me that these books are bad.
Book banning is a problem that plagues our society. To learn more, letters were sent to multiple libraries to assist in researching the book banning process. Initially, letters were only sent to Medomak Valley High School (MVHS) and the Warren Free Public Library (WFPL). A letter was later sent to the Maine State Prison library where it was forwarded to many more schools in Maine. The responses received included information on the book banning process and how librarians feel about book censorship.
Books are being Censored and We need to stop it! Throughout our years on earth, Literature has grown as a subject and matter happening in our society, some that have some controversy and are later banned by governments, etc. I think that banned books should be open to the public to due to the freedom of our country allowing us to do read what we want, it is not right for the government to censor our learning, and Everyone should be able to choose and know what they are going to read, but have the choice to read it anywhere. Banned books should be open to the public to due to the freedom of our country allowing us to do read what we want. For Example, “Five appendixes comprise the last half of the volume and present the following: discussions
Banned books are books that have been deemed illegal for one reason or another by a governing body or religious institution. Books can be banned nationwide or locally. Sometimes, books are banned from just one school district. These bans start off as challenges to the books. Anyone can challenge a book if they think that it is
Students are often deprived of education by the school itself. “How?” you might ask. With book banning, of course. Book banning is the act of removing books from a school or a library because of “controversial” content. Book banning is wrong for three reasons.
Around the globe many books are banned from schools and libraries because of their content. Though many others disagree with the banning of books, because it takes away freedom of speech. Many books are banned and challenged because their content is considered inappropriate or offensive to the readers. But, others find that it goes against our First Amendment rights when they take away what someone else has written. Butler University also shows other reasons for why books are often times banned.
Books, Should We Ban Them Or Not: Banned books are books that have been taken out of public environments because of many different reasons. Books should not be banned simply because we have the rights to any books. Banned Books can teach important things about our history. Books that have been banned teach great morals/lesson even with the negative content. Banning Books infringes on people 's personal rights.
I interviewed Lee on her opinion on this book, she said, “even though parts of this book sound hard to read, it seems like it gives a good warning on how drug use can destroy a person’s life. Banning extremely graphic or offensive books is a good idea, but when they can teach teenagers about how drugs destroys your life, they should not be banned. However, these kind of books have to be very careful to not make drug use seem like a good time with friends and nothing bad will ever happen.” I interviewed Amy on her opinion, she said, “This book seems very depressing and hard to read. I believe that books should be banned if they’re this hard to read.