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Tennessee comic to give away copies of Maus after local school drops it

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Published: 1 February 2022

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Local community fights back: a church plans to hold a discussion on its themes and a professor intends to offer free classes on it

‘Maus’ giveaway is on as bookstores, professors counter Tennessee school ban (Jerusalem Post)
Nirvana Comics, a comic-book store in Knoxville, announced on social media that it would be giving away copies of Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book to any interested students.

Local community hits back after Tennessee school drops Maus from curriculum (Haaretz)
A nearby comic-book store is pledging to give away the Holocaust book for free to every student in the county, an area church plans to hold a discussion on its themes and a professor intends to offer free classes on it

The ‘Maus’ ban: Yet more historical distortion in the American south (Times of Israel)
In a region rife with Civil War revisionist history, it comes as no surprise that the facts of the Holocaust are now up for debate

TikTok adds new features to direct users to reliable information on the Holocaust (JTA)

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