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Arweave Archives: An Uncensorable Repository for Banned Books

Virtual Event

About the event: In an age where digital information is increasingly controlled and even erased, the value of preserving data cannot be overstated. This talk emerges as a potent event aimed at illuminating the promise of blockchain technology, particularly Arweave, in preserving the content that might otherwise be lost to censorship. Hosted by Andrew Nielsen ... Read More


Let Freedom Read: A Banned Books Week Panel Discussion

Flintridge Bookstore 858 Foothill Blvd., La Canada Flintridge, CA, United States

Flintridge Bookstore hosts LET FREEDOM READ: A Banned Books Week Panel, led by moderator and writer/educator Benin Lemus. She is joined by Flintridge Bookstore manager/book buyer Robert Gibbs, children’s book author Andrea Loney, and La Cañada Flintridge Public Library manager Mark Totten. From their unique perspectives, panelists will explore this polarizing issue and discuss, among ... Read More