The statement argues that “the suppression of noxious ideas does not defeat them; only vigorous disagreement can counter toxic speech effectively.”
Internet filters censor websites prevent students and library visitors from accessing disfavored or seemingly controversial material. NCAC’s Internet Filters Resource page covers their impact on censorship 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.
NCAC’s guide to fighting book censorship is made for students, educators, and parents everywhere. Get tips on responding to book censorship, learn the typical objections to books, and the usual procedure for challenging book bans.