This is an interview between Amy Wilson (aka Amy Freelunch), and Svetlana Mintcheva (Libertad Lane) Director of Arts Advocacy at the National Coalition Against Censorship. Svetlana has been involved in forming an in world version of that organization (the Virtual Coalition Against Censorship). Q. There seems to be a lot of acceptance in the SL […]
Archives for June 2008
After a month of resisting pressure to close its critically acclaimed exhibition, Imaginary Coordinates, the Spertus Museum finally buckled, citing the “risk of alienating its core constituency.” Reportedly, members of the “key audience” were offended by what they interpreted as anti-Israel points of view.
In the run-up to this summer’s Olympics, several organizations are shining a spotlight on China’s abuses of press freedom and censorship of the Internet.
Arkansas Tech University postponed a student production of John Weidman and Steven Sondheim’s “Assassins” – a historical play about presidential assassins – because administrators thought the sight and sound of gun violence in the play could be disturbing in light of recent campus shootings.
Superintendent Michael J. Stuart 2200 Eureka Way Suite B, Redding, CA 96001 firstname.lastname@example.org June 23, 2008 Dear Superintendent Michael J. Stuart, We have been following the controversy involving Principal Woollard’s objections to a recent edition of the student-run school newspaper Shasta High Volcano because of a photo of a student burning an American flag […]