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About the Program:
1 hour MCLE General Participatory credit available
With moral panic on the rise, the history of how comics have been censored is more important than ever. Join us for this shocking tale, starting from the public book burnings and Senate hearings that led to the Comics Code Authority in the early 1950s, through the attacks on retailers in the 1970s and 80s, on artists in the 1990s, and on readers today. Learn about the latest developments affecting the freedom to read comics, including the details of recent prosecutions against comics readers in the United States and abroad.
The first 40 people to arrive to the event will receive a free gift.
All attendees will be entered into a drawing for other prizes, including a copy of Comic-Con: 40 Years of Artists, Writers, Fans & Friends.
About the Speaker:
Charles Brownstein has served as the Executive Director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund since 2002. In that time, CBLDF has managed notable victories in both criminal defense cases and challenges to unconstitutional litigation involving First Amendment rights. Brownstein speaks extensively on comics and law at venues all over the world, and his books on comics have earned prestigious awards within the field.
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When & Where
San Diego Law Library
For more information, please visit www.sandiegolawlibrary.org or phone (619) 531-3900.