Craig Wiesner
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My father was one of the last Jewish people at Dachau, an American soldier guarding Nazis on trial for war crimes. People need to know what happened in the Holocaust and banning MAUS erases my father, me, and the 6 million Jews who were slaughtered.
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Pls read; it's by @DavidCorn and is about the banning of #Maus . Echoes warranted (that's how good it is).

Tomorrow, April 24th, the #SpoutibleBannedBookClub begins its discussion of #Maus I: My Father Bleeds History. Anyone can join. Discussion guidelines pinned on my profile page. #SBBC
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Jack Spatz
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In response to Craig Wiesner.
It's a great series. Highly recommend everyone purchase and read. There's the story of Art's father's and mother's experience during Holocaust and the meta-story of his relationship with his father as he gathers that story from him.
02:00 AM - Dec 03, 2023
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Connie Hewitt
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In response to Craig Wiesner.
I'm saddened and HORRIFIED that the ugly, fascist minority now has the power to erase and rewrite history. How is that this is being allowed to happen?
Clearly THEY want THAT history to repeat.
Why are we not stopping this in it its track?
05:45 PM - Dec 02, 2023
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Craig Wiesner
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In response to Connie Hewitt.
Publishers, authors, librarians, bookstore owners (like me), parents, teachers, so many people are fighting back. Kids across the country can now get free e-Library cards from other states to read books banned where they live. They're trying to bury us. They forget that we're seeds!
09:01 PM - Dec 02, 2023
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Auntie CC
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In response to Craig Wiesner.
Maus was a powerful series and should be mandatory reading for everyone. The graphics were amazing, too.
05:38 PM - Dec 02, 2023
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