S1 E6 - Radley Ruckus & Minty MayhemBanned Camp: Reading Banned Books Aloud - Comedy Against Censorship
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Jen and Dan read chapter 6 of To Kill a Mockingbird.
In this nail-biting episode, the Scooby gang explores the dark recesses of the Radley Place, only to be met with a "thunderous roar" of a truly frightening sound. Meanwhile, Dan cooks up some minty mischief for the unsuspecting York Peppermint Pattie fans. Jen speculates on Atticus's unusual choice of a hideaway for reading and snoozing.
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Excerpt from "Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)" by Johnny Mercer (1937). All rights belong to their respective owners. Used under fair use for educational and entertainment purposes. No copyright infringement intended.1
DISCLAIMER: This podcast, Banned Camp, features readings and discussions of banned books for the purpose of criticism, commentary, education, and entertainment in accordance with fair use guidelines. The material used from the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee is shared under these principles, with the intent of provoking thought and discussion about literature, censorship, and societal issues. We do not claim any ownership over the original work, and all copyrights remain with the original copyright holder. We strongly encourage listeners to purchase copies of the discussed works to appreciate them in their original context fully.
This podcast is not endorsed by Harper Lee, her estate, or the publishers of "To Kill a Mockingbird." Any monetization of the podcast is separate and not derived directly from the copyrighted material discussed. Our intent is to engage in, promote, and support critical and educational discourse around these works within the framework of fair use.
04/04/23 • 26 min
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