The kickstarter-funded doc. reminds us all free speech protections are shallow when the subjective view of the few is brought to bear on the many.
Legendary artists Betty Tompkins and Marilyn Minter got together to talk about censorship, women in the arts and much more.
A California government official removed an artwork from a public building because he determined that it was “obscene.” The First Amendment exists to prevent this kind of thing, and the piece is back up.
Can a trustee be trusted when he has tried to censor in the past? Residents of Downers Grove were asking that questions when the mayor nominated Arthur Jaros, Jr. to the village’s Library Board.
The popular film Straight Outta Compton offers a glimpse at the music censorship battles of that era, when a song’s lyrics could warrant a letter from the FBI.