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Celebrate Freedom to Read Week on social media!

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Tweet

@Freedom_To_Read

Express what freedom to read means to you and pose the same question to your community on Twitter! Sift through your collection and tweet about some challenged books or magazines leading up to or during Freedom to Read Week and include the hashtag #FTRWeek or #FreedomtoRead.

Check out our Challenged Works List to get started!

Bookstagram Your Instagram!

Upload photos of your favorite challenged books and use the #Bookstagram hashtag to share. Don’t forget to follow and tag us @bookandperiodicalcouncil!

Source: Oxford County Library

Add a Facebook Profile Frame

Freedom to Read Week

Add our custom Freedom to Read Week frame to your Facebook profile photo to show everyone you’re celebrating. Simply go to facebook.com/profilepicframes and search for Freedom to Read Week.

Here’s what it looks like:

Host a Podcast

Invite experts to participate in an interactive discussion about the importance of freedom of expression over the phone or via video. Share the recorded podcast on all your social media channels. You can do some research on how to start a podcast to get the ball rolling!

Ask a writers’ association to provide one of its members to speak at your library, school, or bookstore during Freedom to Read Week. Encourage writers to talk about how important this freedom is to authors, and you can include clips of that recording in your podcast!

Live it up with a Livestream!

Go live on YouTube, Facebook or Instagram and read aloud from censored materials — you can ask your viewers to share their favourite challenged books or magazines in the live comments!