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Thinking of Scopes and Trials

From: LISNews Netcast Network
Length: 02:47

Commentary on the recent decision in Kansas to restrict library books. Read the full description.

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Piece Description

This is a commentary about a decision taken by a library in Kansas to restrict access to four titles from children.

Broadcast History

To be released at 5 AM UTC on February 23rd as part of LISTen: An LISNews.org Podcast Episode 61.

Intro and Outro

INTRO:

Stephen Michael Kellat, Interim Coordinator of the LISNews Netcast Network, provides this commentary on a situation in Kansas where books are being restricted. Somehow he said Spokane instead of Shawnee as part of the Topeka-Shawnee County Public Library referenced but otherwise it holds.

OUTRO:

That was Stephen Michael Kellat from the LISNews Netcast Network.