Monday, April 26, 2021
4:00 pm EST

Conversations on Censorship: Workshop on Race (for members of the National Council of Teachers of English)

On April 26th, NCAC will facilitate a workshop for NCTE members on issues of censorship related to race. Participants will exchange expertise in a peer-to-peer format, and conversations will be entirely confidential. The workshop will begin with an introduction by Gordon Danning from the National Coalition against Censorship (NCAC), who will give an overview of NCAC and NCTE resources, current cases, and important information for educators dealing with issues of censorship focused on race. He will facilitate the discussion as participants bring their own experiences, concerns, and/or case studies that fit with this theme so we can discuss all aspects of censorship cases, from planning to challenge to resolution.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021
7:00 pm EST

Let Me Speak 2021 Annual Benefit

Join us on November 10th for our annual Celebration of Free Speech & Its Defenders, which will be virtual again this year. Stay tuned for more details on the honorees and registration details. For sponsorship inquiries, please contact Josh Corday at josh@ncac.org or 570-269-3475.


Tuesday, February 27, 2021

How to Tell A Story in a Minute: A Free Filmmaking & Free Expression Workshop

On February 27th, NYFA faculty taught a free workshop on How To Tell A Story In A Minute with tips for filmmaking at home and National Coalition Against Censorship discussed students’ free expression rights to launch the 2021 Youth Free Expression Film Contest.

Tuesday, February 16, 2021
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Virtual Luncheon: Resolving Tensions over Race and Representation in Public Art

This discussion explores the various approaches to resolving tensions around challenged murals and public art, including shrouding or relocating artworks, commissioning new works, innovative course offerings, and public programs. Our participants examine the context and outcomes in a select number of cases. Click here to view the virtual luncheon.

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Let Me Speak 2020 Annual Benefit

We sincerely appreciate all of the organizations and individuals who participated in the 2020 Benefit and helped NCAC continue to fight censorship and promote free expression! A special thank you to Harper Collins, Donna Bray, VU Galleries, Elise Newman Events, Kathy Brew, each of our sponsors, as well as our honorees for their work on free speech.