Responding to a complaint about a book assignment, a Tennessee charter school CEO explained that they had given students a heavily redacted version.
Archives for September 2015
In the spirit of Banned Books Week, we bring you five stories from the field. A few of them will make shake your head, while the others will have you pumping your fist.
A California government official removed an artwork from a public building because he determined that it was “obscene.” The First Amendment exists to prevent this kind of thing, and the piece is back up.
Artists continue to struggle with Facebook’s inconsistent policies on human nudity.
Four months after a parent launched a challenge against The Kite Runner in Asheville, NC, the saga seems to finally have come to an end.