NJ Now: Making Hoboken a book sanctuary city

It has been a year since the subject of book banning became a major issue across the country. In the 2022–23 school year, the non-profit Pen America recorded over 3,000 instances of book bans in our public school classrooms and libraries. It has led the Hoboken City Council to unanimously approve a resolution to make Hoboken a book sanctuary city, the first in New Jersey. Jennie Pu, Director of Hoboken Public Library, discusses the latest in this episode of NJ Now.

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