The American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE) will celabrate 20 years of solid work in protecting American freedoms next week in New York at Book Expo America (BEA) 2010...

I want to point this out because of the important work ABFFE does in fighting those who would limit our freedom of expression through promulgating censorship...due to mostly those who can't interpret mature literature and art without acting out there own stupid fantasies!

This from Publishers Weekly Industry News:

The American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression is celebrating its 20th anniversary at BookExpo America next week. To commemorate the anniversary, the organization has issued a timeline highlighting some of the battles it has fought since 1990, including the successful fight against the federal Pornography Victims’ Compensation Act and the fight for reader privacy. ABFFE has also created stickers that it hopes members and others will wear during the convention to show their support for the organization and its mission. Both the timeline and the sticker can be picked up at the ABFFE table in the bookseller’s lounge, Room 1E07/1E08.
 At BEA, ABFFE is co-sponsoring a panel discussion moderated by former Congressman Tom Allen, president and COO of the Association of American Publishers, on the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to strike down limits on the money that corporations can spend in political campaigns. The hour-long program, “Free Speech for Corporations?” will be held on Thursday at 11 AM in Room 1E12.

Also this month, ABFFE began selling 3D bookmarks made by emotionGallery, a French company that has agreed to contribute to ABFFE $1 for every 10 bookmarks distributed by independent bookstores.