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Monday, April 8 is Right to Read Day

Right to Read Day

What a great way to start the week!!
Senator Reed, Community Libraries of Providence Celebrate National Library Week & Announce “Reading Refresh” Program, Monday April 8

Right to Read Day is a day of action that encourages communities and individuals to fight back against censorship and to protect and celebrate the right to read freely. Learn more and find useful tips and tools at Unite Against Book Bans, a nationwide initiative that empowers readers everywhere to stand together in the fight against censorship. 

Community Libraries of Providence believes that every adult library user should make their own decisions about what books they, or their own child, reads, and trusts that other readers will show the same respect to the choices of others. Defending the right to read freely remains an important part of our mission as a community library system.
Purchase a CLPVD I read banned books shirt to support your favorite library as we support your right to read!

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