In response to Tennessee school districts taking books off shelves and the TN legislature creating laws that allow them to ban books, the Nashville Public Library has snapped into action. In a defiant act of reading freedom, they started issuing library cards (to those who asked) that said "I read banned books!"
Now the Nashville Public Library's charitable foundation has started selling merch! According to their website, the NPLF says, "The Nashville Public Library Foundation is committed to supporting and empowering one of our city’s greatest resources–Nashville Public Library."
To support them, independent thinkers and intelligent readers can buy t-shirts for around $25 (in adult, slim-fit, and youth sizes).
For just $15, you can read the banned graphic novel MAUS while drinking from your "I read banned books" mug.
To get yours, go to the Nashville Public Library Foundation's website and order.
Show the world you're a free-thinking anarchist, AND help our wonderful library.