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Mob of conservative mothers demand library burn Pride display books

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Related: Connecticut official bans RuPaul biography from library after one dad complainsKhan said the women responded with “hateful language” and told her the books in the display should be burned.According to Khan, the library’s collection is evaluated based on specific criteria, including relevance and representation, and materials are evaluated by respected sources, including Library Journal and The New York Times Book Review, according to the Journal Inquirer.Khan told the group they needed to follow library procedure and file a formal “request for reconsideration,” explaining their concerns in writing.

A post shared by Booth & Dimock Mem. Library (@bdlibrary)While library privacy guidelines proscribe naming the complainants, Khan did reveal the woman who filled out the request identified herself on the form only as a “Christian taxpayer.” It was unclear if the patron is a resident of Coventry.In a statement, Town Council Chairwoman Lisa Thomas said, “I stand by our library and their mission to serve each individual in our community.”“The hostile incident at our public library is part of a disturbing trend across the country.

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