[image description: Article in The Post & Courier with headline "Library book restrictions will harm sexual abuse, violence survivors" - photos of Sara Barber, Patrick Good and Mary Ruff are shown]

SCCADVASA Executive Director, Sara Barber, partnered with high school students from the Diversity Awareness Youth Literacy Organization (DAYLO) to pen a commentary on how restrictions on books and education censorship policies causes harm to students instead of protecting them.

“Books that realistically illustrate the experiences of survivor violence are lifelines; they help readers recognize that what happened was abuse, wasn’t their fault and that support is available.”

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