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BBWBig Beautiful Women
BBWBeautiful Black Women
BBWBasketball Wives (TV series)
BBWBig Bad Wolf
BBWBlack Bike Week (South Carolina)
BBWBig Breast Woman
BBWBorn to Be Wild
BBWBroadband Wireless
BBWBlackstone Bicycle Works (Chicago, IL)
BBWBig Black Women
BBWBroken Bow, Nebraska (Airport Code)
BBWBlack Box Warning
BBWBig Bottom Woman
BBWBetter Business Writing
BBWBath & Body Works
BBWBe Back Whenever
BBWBrake-By-Wire
BBWBaseball Writers Association of America
BBWBrake by Wire
BBWBasic Business Website
BBWBanned Books Week (est. 1982)
BBWBig Boned Woman
BBWBrass Band World
BBWBoston Beer Works (Boston, MA)
BBWBalfour Beatty Workplace (London, England)
BBWBuyer Beware
BBWBucharest Business Week (business newspaper)
BBWBusiness Building Workshop
BBWBig Bisexual Woman
BBWBitter, Bitter Weeks (band)
BBWBillericay, Brentwood and Wickford (UK)
BBWBasic Business Website (web design)
BBWBig Beached Whale
BBWBayrische Bohrerwerke (German: Bayrische Drill Works)
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* The Carnegie Library is celebrating Banned Books Week Scavenger Hunt on Sept.
The 2018 Banned Books Week (September 23 to 29) featured a "Dear Banned Author" letter-writing campaign, providing authors' addresses, along with program ideas and printable postcards.
Not much critical scholarship exists on the topic of the United States' Banned Books Week (BBW), but a few informal and academic articles reveal a sense of skepticism about BBW.
Officials at the Rumford Public Library erected the display in September to mark Banned Books Week, an annual event sponsored by the American Library Association that is designed to increase awareness about censorship efforts.
SIGNS OF THE TIMES: A display at the Guantanamo public library sought to educate patrons about the American Library Association's annual Banned Books Week. This year's theme: "Banning Books Silences Stories." This photo was screened by a Navy base official, who approved its release to the public.
Banned Books Week is an annual celebration of the freedom to read.
We just completed Operation 451, with "Mission 1," which focused on the First Amendment and was launched in conjunction with Banned Books Week. Andy and I always have projects brewing, so perhaps Operation 451 will continue in some form, or we'll come back with something new.
It's Banned Books Week! Every year at this time, the American Library Association publishes its list of the previous year's most frequently banned and challenged books.
White Plains, NY, September 24, 2016 --(PR.com)-- American Booksellers for Free Expression (ABFE), a project of the American Booksellers Association, has announced that seven independent bookstores will participate in "A Night of Silenced Voices" on Tuesday, September 27, to celebrate diversity and honor freedom of expression during this year's Banned Books Week (September 25-October 1).
10th Ave., is free and in honor of Banned Books Week, which is officially Sept.