The National Coalition Against Censorship offers direct assistance and counseling to anyone confronted with censorship and serves as a clearinghouse of information. Our coalition unites over 50 organizations dedicated to promoting free expression.
'Trash in, trash out,' a Brunswick County Commissioner wrote in her request to remove Alice Walker's Pulitzer-Prize winning novel The Color Purple from a N.C. school district. A review committee has upheld the use of the book. In a letter, NCAC and partner organizations asked the district to support that decision.
The bill, promoted by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), seeks to legalize and extend NSA mass surveillance programs, including the classified phone records surveillance program confirmed by documents released by Edward Snowden this summer.
Artists' Works Restored in San Bernardino County after ACLU lawsuit
This past September NCAC received a call from an artist outraged at the removal of three paintings from the Hispanic National Heritage Art Exhibition at the San Bernardino County Government Center. Read more on Blogging Censorship...