The posters were deemed to break the school’s policy that forbids classroom materials that attempt to sway the political opinions of students.
The number of cases registered in 2016 more than doubled the amount registered in 2015, an increase of 119%, which translates to an extra 469 attacks.
American University Museum in Washington D.C. flubbed its approach to a controversial sculpture after it claimed it did not want the message of the sculpture to be deemed the institution’s own.
The language, NCAC argues, reflects a historical reality and its inclusion will help to educate students about the ugly reality of racism.
Representative Clay has stood in support of artistic free expression in the face of criticisms that the painting contains an anti-police message.