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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.

 

Montana samples (letters, justifications, forms)

 

ACLU Montana

 

ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom

 

ALA Challenge Support  

 

Freedom to Read Foundation  

 

National Coalition Against Censorship

 

NCTE's Five Most Helpful Online Resources

 

IFLA Quotes on Intellectual Freedom and Censorship

 

Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

 

Comic Book Legal Defense Fund 

 

Media Coalition 

 

Check out some books available on interlibrary loan from the Montana State Library:

 

The New Inquisition: Understanding and Managing Intellectual Freedom Challenges - by James LaRue.  LaRue is a Colorado public librarian who has a a lot of experience with challenges to library materials. The book shows how to apply professional principles and common sense to successfully resolve attempts at censorship in libraries.  Sample forms and letters and other resources are included.

 

Defending Access with Confidence: a Practical Workshop on Intellectual Freedom - by Catherine Lord.  This Public Library Association Publication is a comprehensive IF workshop in a kit.  The kit contains everything needed to produce a day long workshop on Intellectual Freedom at your library.  Includes training outline and schedule, powerpoint presentation on CD, participant handouts, and more.

 

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