SMART TACTICS: Curating Difficult Content examines the internal and external pressures curators must navigate when considering potentially controversial material. Combining decades of advocacy experience with extensive interviews and curatorial surveys, this volume includes both a report on what happens behind the scenes in art institutions and a handbook for confronting the challenges of curating difficult content.
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Resources with useful tips and strategies for students, artists and any activists seeking to drive social change through civic engagement.
In 30 years, Tanya Lee Stone has written more than 100 books. Her latest, Girl Rising: Changing the World One Girl at a Time, is emblematic of the tales she enjoys telling: stories from the perspectives of marginalized groups in society. Her award-winning novel, A Bad Boy Can Be Good for a Girl, is about […]
If you are embroiled in a censorship controversy, this is the resource for you. NCAC’s action kit offers practical advise for understanding, addressing and fighting censorship incidents.
For Banned Books Week, the Kids’ Right to Read Project has released its annual recap of book censorship cases. Labeling books “sexually explicit”, the teaching of Islam in schools and sanitizing slavery, it’s all here in the form of a handy, printable flyer.
The Kids’ Right to Read Project responds to some of the most frequently heard myths when it comes to challenged and banned books in this downloadable pulpy one-sheet inspired by Tales from the Crypt.
How does the First Amendment protect the rights of students and teachers? This guide provides background on the legal and practical questions surrounding school censorship controversies.