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Chinese Activist Warned Off Foreign Media

But government threats are unlikely to silence China’s rights activists, some analysts say. Authorities in Beijing have warned civil rights campaigner Hu Jia not to give any more interviews to foreign media organizations and to stay away from further activism.

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Posted in Human Rights, Political Censorship

Indian Health Minister Sees Homosexuality as ‘Disease’

Just when you thought the world was finally starting to get it…this idiot opens his mouth and a big pile of poop falls out. Think before you speak much? HIV and gay-rights activists are sharply criticizing India‘s health minister for

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Posted in Human Rights

A Look Back 30 Years: Top 25 Censored News Stories of 1981 – #24. THE FINAL BATTLE TO SAVE WILD AMERICA

As never before in the history of the United States have so many of its ecosystems been threatened with disruption. The lands in trouble include almost every type of natural ecosystem found in the Lower 48 states. We are finally

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Censorship at Many Levels

Source: The Huffington Post – By Robert Glenn Ketchum     As a Los Angeles resident-artist of 63 years, I was glad to see articles in the LA Times about the controversy at the Smithsonian over the censorship-removal of David

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Posted in Corporate Censorship, Human Rights

Canadian Artist Wants Work Pulled From U.S. Exhibit Marked By Controversy

Source: MontrealGazette.com By Peter Simpson, Postmedia News OTTAWA — The National Gallery of Canada is caught between censure and censorship, and will take no further part in a controversy around the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., says director Marc

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Smithsonian Faces Funding Boycott in Censorship Row

Source: The Drum A host of US art foundations are threatening to withdraw support from the Smithsonian after the gallery censored the video, A Fire in My Belly, from an exhibition exploring sexuality in portraiture. In response the president of

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