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Burn LGBTQ+ Books for Children, Group of Mothers Demands Local Library

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Journal Inquirer. Town Manager John Elsesser said that while police were not called this time, that would not be the case next time.

Other town officials echoed their support of Khan in facing down the threat.“The hostile incident at our public library is part of a disturbing trend across the country,” Coventry Town Council Chairwoman Lisa Thomas told the Journal Inquirer. “I stand by our library and their mission to serve each individual in our community.” Khan told the paper that the women used hateful language while demanding the burning of the books in question.

She said she informed the women they could file a request for reconsideration of the books, which would require the patron to specify the objectionable and inappropriate content of the book in question.The Booth & Dimock Memorial LibraryLibraries have become a more frequent target of right-wing protesters in recent months.

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