November 10, 2016
The National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) has responded to a Columbia University independent student-run radio station’s censorship of an invited author because her reading did not match the university’s “values.”
NCAC’s letter condemns the producer’s actions and describes how Columbia’s University’s commitment to free speech, academic freedom, and journalistic excellence are incompatible with censorship.
Facebook, nude art and conservative lawmakers are just a few elements of NCAC’s top offenders/defenders of free speech list. But who made the no 1 spots?
10/27/2016, The Guardian