The National Coalition Against Censorship has joined with 35 other organizations, including Free Press, ACLU and Color of Change, in calling upon the DHS to release its unredacted memos known as the “Race Paper” and the “Growing Frequency of Race-Related Domestic Terrorist Violence.”
Despite winning an award in pre-show judging, a painting by blind painter Annie Young that takes on the difficult subject of police violence against people of color proved too controversial for display by the Burnsville Visual Arts Society at the Ames Center.
Student journalists at Prosper High School wrote to their Superintendent to protest the dismissal of their journalism instructor and the repeated censorship of editorial pieces in the student publication, Eagle Nation Online.
The University of Southern Maine has removed three works following a complaint to the university, citing the painter’s previous conviction for sexual offenses. NCAC is urging the university to restore the works.
The Aurora Public Library has removed a poem entitled “Hijab mean Jihad” from a display after community members complained.