It turns out, all those legislative attempts to have books removed from school libraries are bearing fruit. That is, a policy that allows community members to challenge school library books and creates a process for removing those books is in full effect.
Sadly, one of the first books in question is one that makes certain white people uncomfortable.
Or, in other words, the law the General Assembly passed is doing EXACTLY what a majority at the General Assembly wanted.
Here’s more from a public meeting in Sumner County over a request to ban Zetta Elliott’s “A Place Inside of Me”
To be clear: 5 members of the Sumner School Board voted to keep the book, 1 voted to remove it, and 2 abstained – 6 votes were required for a final decision, so the matter will be back before the Board in November.
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