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.
This guide is intended to prepare you to talk about and respond to challenges aimed at materials by, for, or about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning youth.
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.