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Banning of Books Signals Revolution in Tucson

Banned book includes Leslie Marmon Silko, Buffy Sainte Marie and Winona LaDuke



Updated Sunday with list of banned books and response from banned author and professor Roberto Rodriquez in Tucson



TUCSON -- Outrage was the response on Saturday to the news that Tucson
schools has banned books, including "Rethinking Columbus," with an essay
by award-winning Pueblo author Leslie Marmon Silko, who lives in
Tucson, and works by Buffy Sainte Marie and Winona LaDuke.



The decision to ban books follows the 4 to 1 vote on Tuesday by the
Tucson Unified School District board to succumb to the State of Arizona,
and forbid Mexican American Studies, rather than fight the state
decision.



The banned book, "Rethinking Columbus," includes work by many Native Americans, as Debbie Reese o

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Added: Jan-15-2012 Occurred On: Jan-15-2012
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