3 Reasons Why Banning Books is the Wrong Move

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I know it stays dark in Alaska for a great part of the year, but it’s time to emerge from the dark ages and join the enlightened masses.

This bone-headed move of April 2020 belongs to the school board of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough…

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Lee G. Hornbrook

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Writer and Writing Coach. Memoirist. Editor of The Writing Prof. Experienced writer — I can help you tell your story. Connect at LinkedIn, Twitter @leehornbrook

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