Check this ebook out (ebook isn't free, sorry) for some answers The Library's Legal Answers for Meeting Rooms and Displays—eEditions e-book Mary MinowTomas A. LipinskiGretchen McCord https://www.alastore.ala.org/content/librarys-legal-answers-meeting-rooms-and-displays—eeditions-e-book Q11: How should the library treat displays or meetings that use hate speech? Q12: Can you give an example of a library that allowed a hate speech group to use its facilities? Q13: May a library demand extra fees or deposits for security expenses if a speaker is expected to draw an angry crowd? Q14: I don’t understand. Surely you don’t mean that I must allow a group into the library that is threatening my patrons? Q15: So the library does not have to put up with “fighting words”? Q16: What if the group is inciting a riot?
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