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The Right to Intellectual Freedom
''A person's right to use the library should not be denied or abridged because of origins, age, background, or views.'' -- American Library Association
All people should have intellectual freedom in schools and libraries. No one should be banned from reading or learning about topics they are interested in. Libraries and schools should not prevent students from accessing information.
Intellectual Freedom: The right to have and express opinions, and the right to seek and recieve information and ideas without barriers.