Cultural institutions and artists urgently need to develop creative ways to respond to such critique and controversy and productively engage diverse communities while taking seriously their responsibility for the artworks that are in their care.
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 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.
The National Coalition Against Censorship introduces an interactive of its timeline. You can chart censorship as it has affected the arts from the height of the Culture Wars to now. You can embed it on your own sites, and share it on Facebook, Twitter and Digg.