A California university nixed a performance of a comedy intended to diminish the potency of racial slurs on the grounds “the performance wasn’t achieving the goal of constructing a dialogue about racial relations.”
The National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) has today written to a Chesterfield, VA, school board in defense of books on a summer reading list that recently came under fire for containing “sexually explicit” material.
Artist’s Rights is a comprehensive new website designed to help artist’s understand their legal rights when faced with censorship. NCAC’s Arts Advocacy Program speaks to Creative Capital about the project.
TTYL and sequel TTFN by Lauren Myracle were described by Fla. parents as telling kids “to party, drink, cuss, and do other obscene things.”
Kate Karstens, editor-in-chief of The Lasso, tells NCAC her school’s vetting of her newspaper’s articles violates district policy.