Monthly Archives: October 2013

Join Us For the Rally Against Mass Surveillance Saturday!

Right now the NSA is spying on everyone’s personal communications, and it’s operating without any meaningful oversight. Since the Snowden leaks started, more than 569,000 people from all walks of life have signed the StopWatching.us petition telling the U.S. Congress … Continue reading

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Sign This Petition: Don’t Censor Neil Gaiman’s ‘Neverwhere’ in Alamogordo

If you’re like us, the recent removal of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere from Alamogordo Public School classrooms has caused you to feel anything from confusion to just-plain-no-way-you-can’t-be-serious anger. Now you can take action: A parent in Alamogordo has started a petition on Change.org … Continue reading

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Set ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Free in Plaquemines PSD English Classrooms

In the middle of a unit on Harper Lee’s classic American novel To Kill a Mockingbird, students at Belle Chasse High School in Lousiana were informed they wouldn’t be finishing the book. Apparently, their teachers told them, the book is banned. … Continue reading

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A Revealing Cover Up: The Censoring of the “Legendary Children” Exhibit

Jennifer Lu is a sophomore at NYU studying Media, Culture, and Communication, and she is a programs intern at NCAC. She hopes to learn more about the relationship between censorship, media, and freedom of expression, and ultimately to pursue her … Continue reading

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