Tennessee School Board Bans Pulitzer Prize Winning Graphic Novel
As many of you know: in recent news, a school board in Tennessee moved to ban Maus by Art Spiegelman, a graphic novel depiction of the Holocaust which depicts cats as the Nazis and mice as Jews. Maus won the Pulitzer Prize in 1992 and has been used to teach middle school and high school aged kids about the Holocaust.
Update: since the banning of Maus in Tennessee schools, the graphic novel is now the best selling graphic novel on Amazon.
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