Freedom of Expression

August 4th 2014
by Eileen and Sujei If you’re like me, you have a ton of things on your mind/plate. And although I knew July was International Zine Month, I couldn’t quite pull the trigger on this blog post till now. But, all this information is still valid – and it's always a good time to enjoy and make zines. But wait – I should slow down, back up – and address a question you may have: What is a zine anyway? A zine made by women over 40. Found at the Papercut Zine Library.

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August 15th 2011
Last week the school board of Albemarle County, Virginia voted to remove A Study in Scarlet, the first Sherlock Holmes novel, from sixth-grade reading lists. The book had been added to the reading list to introduce sixth-graders to the mystery genre. However, a local parent object to the book, not because of the two murders that take place, but because the novel portrays Mormons in a negative light. For those of you who don't know the book, John Farier, a non-Mormon man who lives in Salt Lake... Read Post