The message government is communicating appears to be that young people’s opinions concerning such issues are not respected and don’t matter.
A profile of muralist Mike Alewitz describes how his radical politics infuses his work and left him open to many incidents of censorship.
The play offers a perspective on the experience of growing up biracial — or “mulatto,” a dated term used to describe a person with one black and one white parent.
In the aftermath of the Whitney Biennial controversy, NCAC has aggregated the best commentary and opinions on the fraught but necessary incident.
Throughout March, to celebrate Women’s History Month, NCAC will be spotlighting censorship cases involving women and women’s issues on its crowdsourced wiki, Censorpedia.