Thanks so much to John Green, who took a break from the massive promotional tour around the “The Fault in Our Stars” movie, to snap a quick photo in our shirt. John Green, author of “The Fault In Our Stars,” “Looking for Alaska” and other books is Speaking Out Loud to end government censorship and stand up for LGBTQ rights. June 10, Indianapolis, IN#outloudsc #lgbtq Share if you believe the SC legislature’s decision to cut colleges’ funding for teaching LGBTQ authors is wrong and believe the fight for academic freedom in SC continues
Thanks so much to John Green, who took a break from the massive promotional tour around the “The Fault in Our Stars” movie, to snap a quick photo in our shirt.

John Green, author of “The Fault In Our Stars,” “Looking for Alaska” and other books is Speaking Out Loud to end government censorship and stand up for LGBTQ rights.

June 10, Indianapolis, IN

#outloudsc #lgbtq

Share if you believe the SC legislature’s decision to cut colleges’ funding for teaching LGBTQ authors is wrong and believe the fight for academic freedom in SC continues

And another great quote from Terrance Hayes: “While the debate over banned books usually seems to happen just outside the gates of government, it takes on a new danger and urgency when legislators get involved. Their actions cause voices to be silenced both inside and outside the books. That’s un-American.” Hayes added that he hopes the Hub City movement “becomes a corrective to narrow governance and that it rekindles our age-old conversations about the role of art in society.”