Film, Video The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund: Comics & the Power of Intellectual Freedom

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Title
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund: Comics & the Power of Intellectual Freedom
Summary
Charles Brownstein shared the history of comic book censorship from the medium's origins to the present day. He discussed the censorship trend that began in the 1940s, and how history informs legal challenges to graphic novels today. This program is the sixth annual SPX Festival program sponsored by the Library of Congress through its Serial and Government Publications Division.
Event Date
September 15, 2017
Notes
-  Charles Brownstein is the executive director of the non-profit Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
Related Resources
Serial & Government Publications Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/news/
Running Time
1 hours, 11 minutes, 24 seconds
Language
Online Format
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