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London Bridge: Still Standing

So much for the Mayan Calendar. Here’s the bridge, apparently not in any danger of falling down, in Lake Havasu, Arizona:

London Bridge from the hotel window

Last week my riding buddy Ed suggested a two-day round robin to Lake Havasu, and having nothing better to do I said “two’s in.” We left on […]

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You Can’t Read That!

You Can’t Read That! is a periodic post featuring news about banned and challenged books.

Arizona

Hyperbolic but worth the read: an essay titled What Do Apartheid South Africa and Tucson, Arizona Have in Common?

Elsewhere

Are Republicans more likely than Democrats to be in favor of banning books that teach “dangerous […]

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You Can’t Read That!

Arizona:

Tucson Unified School District is still in damage control mode, denying that it banned any books. But the story’s out of the box … unlike the books TUSD rounded up and put in boxes labeled “banned books.”

Banned books, cancelled classes, fired teachers — when anti-intellectuals who hold learning and scholarship in contempt take […]

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You Can’t Read That!

You Can’t Read That! is a periodic post featuring news about banned and challenged books.

Arizona:

That rumor I mentioned in my last YCRT! column? The one about the racists going after ethnic studies at the universities, now that they’ve “fixed” the high schools? Looks like there’s some truth behind it.

Here’s another disturbingly […]

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You Can’t Read That!

You Can’t Read That! is a periodic post featuring news about banned and challenged books.

Arizona:

When I began following the Tucson Unified School District book banning story, I found one of the most interesting sources of behind-the-scenes reporting, both within TUSD classrooms and on its governing board, to be David Morales’ Three Sonorans […]

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