Books are removed from classrooms to avoid discussion of race, ethnicity, or Mexican American history.
As Arizona seeks to ban Mexican American Studies, a group of Latino artists and friends promises it won't be that easy.
Saudi Arabia’s first public display of contemporary art opened last weekend in Jeddah.
The National reports that the city was crowded as people visited the raw concrete building that features more than 50 pieces from 22 local artists, under the somewhat provocative title, “We Need to Talk About It.”
The exhibit displays a spectrum of the land’s story – past, present, future. But because the art is open-ended, multi-faceted, and Saudi Arabia is governed by powerful clerics under a version of Sharia law, this public test of authority proves to be a difficult subject.
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Google's vow to pull out of China last month was partly based on the discovery that human rights activists' Gmail accounts had been hacked into, purportedly by Chinese intelligence. As a human rights advocate, this is worrying news for all who seek to fight for justice around the world.
Censorship, banning, blacklists: What's lost when governments stifle musical expression?
Project Censored listed the Multinational Agreement on Investment’s threat to U.S.