A new survey of college instructors reveals how the debate over trigger warnings is playing out in classrooms.
How does the First Amendment protect the rights of students and teachers? This guide provides background on the legal and practical questions surrounding school censorship controversies.
A visual timeline of film censorship in the USA. It’s an overview of the ongoing battle between movements trying to suppress and control films, films that broke new grounds, and the emerging legal protections for film as expression protected under the First Amendment.
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.