NCAC welcomes the news that Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe has vetoed HB516, which would have required parental notification whenever “sexually explicit material” was being taught in the state’s public schools.
Scholastic’s decision to cease distribution of a controversial children’s book raises some fundamental questions about free speech and self-censorship.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: National Coalition Against Censorship | (212) 807-6222 | email@example.com October 30, 2014 National Coalition Against Censorship Honors Neil Gaiman and Celebrates 40 Years of Free Speech Advocacy at Nov 3 Gala NEW YORK, NY —The National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) celebrates 40 years of free speech advocacy on Monday, November 3 […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Svetlana Mintcheva firstname.lastname@example.org/ 212-807-6222 The New York based National Coalition Against Censorship has joined the UK based Index of Censorship and other members of ARTSFEX, an international civil society network actively concerned with the right of artists to freedom of expression, in a statement condemning an alarming worldwide trend in which violent protest […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE In a submission to a UN human rights review, anti-censorship groups document violations of freedom of information and expression in public schools, jails, and prisons New York and Copenhagen For more information contact Svetlana Mintcheva at 212-807-6222 In a new report to the United Nations assessing the United States’ compliance with its […]