A new report shows that attacks on artists were on the rise in 2014– even here in the United States.
Archives for February 2015
Can curatorial decisions about what belongs on library shelves, museum walls, or classrooms ever constitute censorship? It’s a blurry line that a children’s specialist in Ohio’s Greenville Public Library may have crossed when rejecting two donated Rush Limbaugh books.
A Colorado school district has dropped a plan to ‘review’ an AP History framework that conservatives claim is “sharply left-leaning.” But this fight over how to teach history isn’t over by a long shot.
NCAC counts down some of the most egregious cases of censorship in the history of the Oscars — a reminder that the show can often serve as an open, free platform for people to speak out and raise awareness about important issues.
Newly released documents show that the 2013 decision by Chicago Public Schools to remove Marjane Satrapi’s popular graphic novel from the district’s schools was just as dubious and censorious as it first appeared.