People need to read books for book banning to even be a thing. This idea has been expressed in many different ways.
So Read. Keep reading. Read some more. Read what you want to read. Read what you decide to read.
Read for information. Read to learn. Read for fun. Read to escape. Read for entertainment. Read to experience the world from the point of view of different people. Read to cry. Read to be scared. Read to laugh.
Read to understand. Read to learn new things. Read to learn more about things you already know.
Read to learn the point of view of people that you might disagree with, even when you are certain that you will disagree with them. Read to consider new information, new evidence, new perspectives. Read critically, even skeptically, but read with an openness to change your mind when faced with rational and logical reasons to do so.
Read for whatever reason you decide. Stand up for your freedom to decide for yourself what you want to read.
That doesn’t mean you should read anything and everything. People that care about you might know why reading some things, at certain times, might not be so good for you. You might decide not read some books because of your age, maturity, or history. Some books might not be right for you because of your current mental or emotional health. Perhaps some material has nothing to offer you of any value. But that is for you to decide in cooperation with the people that you trust. That is not for other people, other groups, organizations or governments to decide for you.
People try to ban books because they don’t want you to read those books. If you don’t read books to begin with, you are doing their work for them.