Countless systems have tried to censor information for years. However, people have always found a way to circumvent these tricky laws. Books have been smuggled in, secret filmings have been held, proxy servers have been set. Our methods to subvert censorship have evolved with every passing year. With that idea in mind, a team of people created The Uncensored Library in Minecraft. Built this year, the library is home to over two hundred different texts input into the game’s book objects. From Mexico to Russia, the library has an independent wing for five countries where censorship is prevalent. At the same time, it has catered to misinformation in the COVID-19 Pandemic, creating a hall for books regarding virus reporting in certain countries where this knowledge has been made inaccessible. It had taken well over twelve million blocks to construct the library, and countless team members had made an effort to produce a remarkable library to deliver information to people around the world who cannot access it. The birth of the Uncensored Library, in many ways, shows the potential that video games might have as tools for protest in the future.