About Sarah Hoffman

Sarah Hoffman, NCAC’s Youth Free Expression Program Manager, has more than 16 years of human rights advocacy experience on both domestic and international issues. Prior to joining NCAC, Sarah coordinated PEN American Center’s Freedom to Write Program, fighting for the free expression rights of individuals across the globe, specifically advocating on behalf of writers and journalists who had been imprisoned or persecuted for their work. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in History from Rutgers College, where she focused on human rights and international relations. She is co-author of PEN’s seminal report, Creativity and Constraint in Today’s China.

Victory for Looking for Alaska in Kentucky!

By |2020-01-03T15:20:48-05:00May 3rd, 2016|Blog, NCAC at work|

We received some great news from Kentucky this morning: a reconsideration committee in Marion County voted to keep John Green’s highly acclaimed first novel Looking for Alaska on its high school shelves last night. The book received a complaint from a parent who not only refused to let his child read the book, but determined it was "filth" and good [...]

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