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Spring 2022: Educational Viewpoints

Action Plan for School Resource Challenges: Resources and Suggestions for Preparing and

Managing Materials Challenges BY NASL Advocacy Team: Tara Cooper-Weiss, Steve Tetreault, Tricina Strong-Beebe and Ewa D. Elliott


June 2022: NJEA Review: Use Your Voice to Oppose Censorship


April 22, 2022: Publisher's Weekly: IBPA Tackles Book Bans


April 22, 2022: The Star Ledger:  Some N.J. schools under siege from those trying to get books on race, LGBTQ+ pulled from shelves 

Books on LGBTQ+ persons and material that is assumed to be related to Critical Race Theory or the Black Lives Matter movement has been primarily targeted by those seeking to ban books from schools. Carlin Stiehl | MLive.com 

By Vashti Harris | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com 


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March/April issue of School Library Connection: Coordinate and Advocate to Elevate Our Profession by Beth Thomas


March 21, 2022  President-Elect Ewa Dziedzic-Elliott presents testimony before the NJ Board of Education


Testimony on the Proposed State Budget 

New Jersey Association of School Librarians (NJASL) 

March 21, 2022 



Knowledge Quest articles by Steve Tetreault; NJASL's Member at Large; on Book Challenges


Book Challenges: Coming Soon to a School Near You?


Book Challenges Part 2: A Resource Handbook


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