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Artist: MT Anderson

Year: 2012

Date of Action: May, 2012

Region: North America

Location: Fairfax, VA


Medium: Literature

Confronting Bodies: Parents

Description of Artwork: "Feed" is a young adult sci-fi novel. While on a vacation to the mood, several teens find that their brain-feeds have been hacked, leaving them braindead.

The Incident: Parents found the profane language in "Feed" unsuitable for the 9th grade English curriculum and demanded the book's removal.

Results of Incident: Despite protests from parents, "Feed" was kept on the Fairfax reading lists.