The violent protesters of Charles Murray need to understand a basic principle: the right to speech exists for all, or for none.
In 1964, the National Endowment for the Arts was conceived as part of President Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society.” NCAC’s timeline of NEA controversies explains why politicians have since sought to abolish the agency.
The First Amendment is needed now more than ever. NCAC is documenting the state of free speech in the Trump era. Check back for regular updates.
A new survey of college instructors reveals how the debate over trigger warnings is playing out in classrooms.
NCAC's biannual print newsletter covers freedom of expression issues, current school censorship controversies, threats to the free flow of information, obscenity laws and much more. You can browse the archives–all the way back to NCAC's founding–or you can read individual articles from past issues.