UT Library Workers Told to Remove LGBTQ Buttons, Displays | INFOdocket

Library workers in Utah were asked to stop wearing buttons which offered to recommend LBGTQ materials this June, according to a local news outlet.

Library workers in Utah were asked to stop wearing buttons that said, “Ask me about LGBTQ reads” this June, according to The Spectrum. Last June they were told to remove Pride Month-themed displays.  Both drew complaints from upset patrons, according to Joel Tucker, the Washington County director in charge of eight library branches. 

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