Audiovisual Materials, 1975-2009 | The American Library Association Archives
Series Number: 6/3/13
Acquired: 10/25/91; 9/10/2009; 7/26/2010
Volume: 7.6 Cubic Feet
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Description: Audiovisual Materials from the Office of Intellectual Freedom contains Freedom in America (1977), two filmstrips, two audio cassettes and a discussion guide on freedom of expression under the First Amendment and the Library Bill of Rights, 12 magnetic audio tapes from a colloquium on school and school library censorship and litigation (1981), videocassettes from the 1980s-2000s on constitutional rights and censorship, an audio tape of the session "Pornography on the Internet: A New Reality" from the American Association of Law Librarians Annual Meeting (2001), videocassettes on media training and censorship featuring Karen Schneider (1998), Anne Kaplan (1998), and Judith Krug (2003-2004), a slide presentation with audio cassette, "It Can Happen Here", from the Kings County Library (1975), slides from the "Freedom in America" slide show (1977), a film reel of an episode of WCAU-TV's "Camera at Large" series on book censorship (c. 1961), and film reels and videocassettes of the ALA Film The Speaker (1977).