Our second class identified cases ranging from 1992-2010. They used archival resources, newspaper databases, television reports, interviews with local librarians, students, and parents, as well as secondary sources to contextualize their cases and help document the history of censorship efforts in the United States.


The Floatplane Notebooks, Carroll County, VA, in 1992

Harry Potter, , in 2006

The Golden Compass, Halton, Ontario, Canada, in 2007

Glass, Norman, Oklahoma in 2009

The Diary of Anne Frank, Culpepper County, VA, in 2017