Texas School District Temporarily Pulls Bible, Anne Frank’s Diary From Shelves

A Texas-based school district has started removing so-called controversial books from its library shelves that examining race and gender, including an adaptation of Anne Frank’s diary and the Holy Bible.

Keller Independent School District near Fort Worth has already pulled 41 books from student access, in anticipation of new policies adopted by district officials last week.

“Right now, Keller ISD’s administration is asking our campus staff and librarians to review books that were challenged last year to determine if they meet the requirements of the new policy,” the district said in a recent statement, sent via email to school officials. “All of the books included in Tuesday’s email have been included on Keller ISD’s Book Challenge list over the past year.”

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