A Louisiana school librarian’s defamation lawsuit against two men and one conservative group has been dismissed by a judge.
In the lawsuit, middle school librarian Amanda Jones — who’s also the president of the Louisiana Association of School Librarians — alleged she had been publicly condemned for opposing messaging censorship and “book policing,” through a series of online posts created by Michael Lunsford and Ryan Thames, who are connected to Citizens For A New Louisiana.
According to the lawsuit, on July 19, Jones spoke at a meeting of the Livingston Parish Library Board of Control after a board member requested a review of books initially deemed as inappropriate.
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