Not a hoax

Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to falsely claim that book banning in Florida is a hoax. Yet in 2023, Florida led the nation with 1,406 books banned in schools, surpassing Texas as the number one book banning state in the nation, according to PEN America.

Banned Book “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”

Gov. DeSantis may try to shift blame for censorship bills he signed, but we know the truth: Florida leads the nation in book bans like this one out of Orange County because he continues to push an anti-freedom to learn agenda. 

Banned Book “100 Women Who Made History”

It’s the start of Women’s History Month, yet because of laws enacted by Gov. DeSantis and his legislative allies, students in Escambia County are banned from accessing this awesome book and 1,500 others.

Make your vote count

Your vote is your voice, and in the 2024 election your vote is needed at a critical moment for the future of Florida and our country.

Banned Book “The Princess Diaries”

The award winning book “The Princess Diaries” inspired the beloved early 2000’s movie featuring Julie Andrews & Anne Hathaway. Yet in Escambia County Florida, it’s one of 1,600 recently banned books.

SASS Training Thursday January 18

Health care access shouldn’t be limited by zip code. #SelfManagedAbortion is an option anywhere in the U.S., letting people get the care they need, regardless of where they live. Our trainings provide useful info on how to spread the word on safe and effective abortion from home. Sign up for our training this Thursday at 5 P.M. […]

The Pine Rocklands Have Been Saved!

A big win for the environment! Miami-Dade County Commissioners struck down the dangerous Miami Wilds project that would build a water park in the critically endangered pine rocklands. This plan would have threatened the lives and habitat of hundreds of at-risk species.

Banned Book of the Week: “Dune”

After Gov. DeSantis enacted new school censorship policies, districts like Collier County were left to interpret the vague, anti-freedom to learn laws, resulting in over 300 books being banned. #UniteAgainstBookBans

Banned Book of the Week: “That’s Betty!”

An Escambia media specialist recently resigned after her workdays became consumed with book challenges. She told Pensacola News Journal her departure was, “an escape from the Florida Legislature that was making young adult literature the enemy.” #UniteAgainstBookBans