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Bozeman attorney Brian Close is available to consult with Montana librarians and trustees on intellectual freedom issues in libraries from a legal perspective.  There is no fee for these basic consultations.  Contact him by email or at 300 N Willson Ave,  Bozeman MT 59715, 406-582-0478.

 

Banned in the Big Sky - presented at MLA Conference 2010 by MLA IFC and ACLU Montana

 

Sample policies, letters, justifications, and forms, and past training materials

 

ACLU Montana

 

ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom

 

ALA Interpretations of the Library Bill of Rights (issues relating to new media, special problems)

 

ALA Challenge Support

 

Checklist of Basic Privacy Questions

 

Freedom to Read Foundation  

 

National Coalition Against Censorship

 

NCTE's Five Most Helpful Online Resources

 

IFLA Quotes on Intellectual Freedom and Censorship

 

Material Selection and Removal Policies

 

Privacy

 

Comic Book Legal Defense Fund 

 

Media Coalition 

 

 

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