Scott Southworth, the district attorney of Juneau County, Wisconsin, is threatening to prosecute teachers who comply with a new state law that requires sex education courses to include “medically accurate, age-appropriate” information, including information on contraceptives. Southworth claims the law “promotes the sexual assault of children,” “[u]ndermines parental authority,” “requires school districts to condone controversial […]
Archives for April 2010
This is a familiar debate. In 1948, the Supreme Court rejected the claim that graphic crime stories and reports corrupt minors and contribute to juvenile crime and anti-social behavior.
Does the First Amendment bar a state from restricting the sale of violent video games to minors? That’s the question now before the Supreme Court in a case that will be argued fall of 2010.
In February, 2010, the NYPD attempted to shut down an art gallery in the West Village in NYC. They were responding to news about a nude sculpture on exhibit in the windows of Chair and the Maiden Gallery. The gallery consulted with NCAC on how to respond to the situation. This video is the first […]
In February, 2010, the NYPD attempted to close down a gallery in the West Village because they were showing a nude sculpture. This is the first video of a new series by NCAC exploring censorship in art.