Join us in the Library to celebrate Freedom to Read Week.
We are delighted to welcome our friends from the Thomas Fisher Rare Books Library at the U of T on Tuesday morning. They will be here to workshop students in the Philosophy and Media Studies classes.
Freedom to Read Week Toronto Public Library supports your freedom to read and we invite you to join discussions at programs all over town.
Featured PEN Canada program:
Surveillance after Snowden:
National Security and the Limits of Freedom of Expression
Fri. Feb. 28, 7 pm
Toronto Reference Library
Join us and other libraries across Canada for a cross-country Twitter chat on limits to free expression on Tuesday, February 25 at 7 pm (EST) with Toronto Star surveillance expert Andrew Mitrovica. Use #tellTPLfreedom to join the conversation.
Learn more about everything that’s happening at the TPL in the latest e-newsletter.
(Poster courtesy of Random House)
It’s Banned Books Week. Apologies, I have not had time, and am not going to have time, to put up my usual display celebrating banned books.
But, if you wish to engage in a conversation with me, please feel free. Drop by, or simply check out a banned book.
Visit the American Library Asociation (ALA) website dedicated to the issue: Banned Books Week.
(I make no apologies for duplication by way of my cross-posting. This is really important!!)