"To Kill a Mockingbird," other books banned from Burbank schools over racism concerns

This article is from yesterday, and has been posted a total of 3 times on Reddit. It has never been posted here before.

The only other mention I could find of this issue is about a petition, 23 days ago, before the vote ever happened.

So to answer your question, probably this one time, and if anyone wants to sticky it so every visitor to this sub knows about it and forever associates Burbank with banning books, that would be cool too.

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