The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis keeps the conversation going as it responds to anger over racially-charged works in the Kelley Walker exhibition.
Archives for September 2016
NCAC’s Executive Director and Millie Davis from NCTE explore why books are challenged in schools and libraries and the common responses to these challenges in a comparison between two surveys.
The National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) has expressed concern over a Florida school district’s decision to require student athletes to first attain parental permission if they wish to protest during the national anthem.
Press-Telegram, Sept. 29 2016.
For Banned Books Week, the Kids’ Right to Read Project has released its annual recap of book censorship cases. Labeling books “sexually explicit”, the teaching of Islam in schools and sanitizing slavery, it’s all here in the form of a handy, printable flyer.