Residents sound off on SDPC book ban

By Andrea Kelley
Courtesy The Journal

EASLEY — Eighteen people showed up last week to speak out against the Pickens County School Board’s decision to ban two books from district schools.

During the more than 45-minute public comment session at the Oct. 24 board meeting, parents and teachers voiced their concerns to trustees about the removal of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” by Stephen Chbosky, and

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