NCAC celebrated free expression on November 1, 2016 at Tribeca Rooftop in NYC, where we honored those defending the freedom to read, learn, think, and create – authors, artists, students, teachers, librarians, and community activists – all who help NCAC fight censorship nationwide. Go inside the night here. Our profane thanks to the generous sponsors of this year's celebration!
Censored Artists Silent Auction collection.
St. Martin's Press
Award-Winning Author of Eleanor & Park and Fangirl
Read more about Rainbow here.
Librarian, Author, and Activist
Read her column Scales on Censorship for School Library Journal here.
And featuring a performance from the new musical FOUND, with star Molly Pope and composer Eli Bolin
Playwright, Author, and Performer
Read more about Isaac here.
President & Publisher, Simon & Schuster, Children's Publishing Division
Co-Founder & Chairman, Open Road Integrated Media
President & CEO, ABRAMS
President, Penguin Young Readers Group
President & Publisher, Random House Children's Books
President & Publisher, General Books Group, HarperCollins Publishers
EVP & Publisher, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
INFORMATION & INQUIRIES
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If you cannot attend, but agree that Free Speech Matters, consider making a contribution online.