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The CBLDF, a non-profit organization focused on fighting censorship in comics, will move their office from New York City to Portland by June.
The CBLDF's Charles Brownstein and Betsy Gomez discuss protecting comics from those that wish to ban books and preserving free speech.
"Drama's" Telgemeier and CBLDF's Brownstein talk challenged books! Scribd's digital comics service was its most successful launch to date! Plus more!
The CBLDF gave NYCC a brief history of the Comics Code Authority, the industry's self-regulating body that changed the face of comics for decades.
Creators address importance of Banned Books Week! CBLDF's Charles Brownstein talks censorship! Interviews with Stan Lee, Robert Venditti and Van Jensen! More!
The filmmakers behind Sequart's new Neil Gaiman documentary brought clips from their film to San Diego to explore a year in the life of the acclaimed creator.
A panel sponsored by the CBLDF included first-hand accounts from Paul Levitz and a former Comics Code reviewer about how the Code changed comics.
The CBLDF shines a light on the grudge that spurred anti-comics crusader Dr. Frederic Wertham to action and recently unearthed letters from teenage readers.
Charles Brownstein, executive director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, gave APE attendees a history of comics censorship, including the case of a fan facing jail time and sex offender registration.
Charles Brownstein and the CBLDF hosted a panel of professionals at Wondercon to speak about the end of the Comics Code Authority and how it affected comics recently and in the past.