From Star News Online:
A second attempt to get "The Color Purple" removed from Brunswick County Schools has been denied, and a third challenge is already on its way, the school district announced Tuesday.
In her complaint, [Brunswick County Commissioner Pat] Sykes said she objected to "the immorality, the filth, the F word and the N word." The complaint says she only read parts of the book, through "pages attached, plus summary and CliffNotes."
The book is on 11th-grade advanced placement English reading lists, but the district has a policy allowing students or parents who don't agree with a book's content to request alternate reading material.
Yeesh, it probably would have been less reading if she'd just read the whole book. It's, what, like 250 pages long? And then, GOSH. All of those "filthy" excerpts she read would have, you know, CONTEXT.
I mean, sure, she very well might still not like it, but at least then she'd be challenging something that she was well-versed in. I'm always a little bit surprised when challenge policies don't require the challenger to have read the entire work in question.
ETA: Here's another article.