Ralph Ellison’s race classic “Invisible Man” banned in North Carolinatags: Ralph Ellison
Students in Randolph County, North Carolina won’t have access to “Invisible Man.”
That county’s board of education voted 5-2 this week to remove all copies of the Ralph Ellison novel from school libraries, following a parental complaint about the book’s content and language when it was assigned as summer reading in local Randleman High School. “It was a hard read,” said board chair Tommy McDonald, who voted in favor of the ban....
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