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Conservatives Wanted to Keep Her Book Off Shelves, So She Opened Her Own Bookstore

If you’re keeping up with the headlines, you know that book bans are on the rise across the country. According to advocacy group PEN America, book bans in public schools increased 33 percent last school year. And if you follow our coverage on The Root, you know books written by authors of color and authors who…

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