Monthly Archives: November 2013

**UPDATE: VICTORY!** ACLU files lawsuit to uphold artistic freedom in San Bernardino County after County officials disregard warning letter

**Victory! San Bernardino County Restores Artwork! NCAC congratulates artists, community members, and ACLU for defending First Amendment principles** From the San Bernardino Sun: Two Inland Empire artists are being allowed to hang their paintings once again at the San Bernardino County … Continue reading

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Free Speech Matters 2013: Celebrating the importance of our mission

Outside, a panorama view of the New Jersey skyline, reflected light twinkling on the east river; inside, talk of books, art, community, and censorship. This past Tuesday, NCAC celebrated its 39th year at our annual “Celebration of Free Speech and … Continue reading

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Brooklyn College supports free debate and academic freedom in midst of criticism

Author and activist Ben White will speak at Brooklyn College today at an event entitled “Israel: Aparteid not Democracy,” organized by Students for Justice in Palestine. Nearly two dozen other campus and other groups are supporting the lecture, including — notably — the English, Political Science … Continue reading

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NCAC Staffers Share their Knowledge Around the Big City

Last week, NCAC staff members spoke about on-going censorship issues in front of audiences in New York and beyond. NCAC Programs Director Svetlana Mintcheva participated in a panel on photography and censorship at the Photoplus Expo, held in New York … Continue reading

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