Monday, August 8, 2011

Censorship of Slaughterhouse Five Update!

Some of you may be aware of my recent censorship rant inspired by a book banning at a high school in Missouri. Two books including Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five and Ockler's Twenty Boy Summer were banned.

Well I'm excited to hear about a recent announcement from the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Museum. They are giving away FREE copies of Slaterhouse Five to students who were affected by the book banning.

Check it out!

Click on the image to visit the website.
I love seeing people standing up to censorship. As long as people reach out to the people affected by book bannings, and stand in solidarity with them, censors will fight a losing battle.


  1. It doesn't surprise me that books are censored anywhere, anymore, but I'm really glad that the museum is doing this!


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