NCAC Statement on the Guggenheim Museum’s Withdrawal of Works in Response to Threats: Violence is not an acceptable tactic of protest in a democratic society
The Guggenheim’s alarming action continues a growing worldwide trend in which threats of violent protest are silencing artistic expression and posing a danger to free speech in general.
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick recently sparked controversy by kneeling during the pregame playing of the national anthem in order to protest police shootings of African-Americans. His protest sparked somewhat of a movement among students.
NCAC’s Internet Filters Resource page covers their impact and how they disproportionately harm the poor and LGBT teenagers.
A new survey of college instructors reveals how the debate over trigger warnings is playing out in classrooms.