We Made It Through Sandy…

…with some minor scrapes.

This photo of NCAC’s block in the South Street Seaport in Manhattan was taken during superstorm Sandy. Our building was flooded with 5 feet of mucky saltwater, there was electrical damage and we’re still grappling with being displaced.

As we’re winding down the calendar year, and especially now after operating with no phones, limited e-mail and no access to our office infrastructure, we’d really appreciate your financial support.

We wouldn’t be able to do such great work — defending books, art and speech from the impulse to censor — without a little help from our friends and supporters.

Please make a donation to NCAC today: http://ncac.org/donate

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