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Museum Of Censored Art – Smithsonian Protesters Return with Permits

Source: The End of Being Last month, Michael Blasenstein and Michael Iacovone were detained and banned for life from any Smithsonian Institution facility, including the National Portrait Gallery, for showing David Wojnarowicz’s banned video “A Fire in my Belly” on

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Flaunting Censorship With a Screening of Fire in My Belly ARTS / Gallery 101 to Show Controversial Video

Source: Xtra By Noreen Fagan / Ottawa The banning of David Wojnarowicz’s short film A Fire in My Belly by the Simthsonian Institute set off a censorship boycott around the globe. Gallery 101 on Bank Street and The Village have

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Censorship: Toys in the Nation’s Attic

By Michael Winship Source: Messenger Post Canandaigua, N.Y. — In the snows of yesteryear, I see the movie house of my youth, the Playhouse Theater on Chapin Street, the only one in Canandaigua, N.Y.  — except for a nearby drive-in

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Outcry Over Smithsonian Censorship Grows

Source: The Bay Citizen SFMOMA, Warhol Foundation and others take action after video work removed By Reyhan Harmanci Like any modern protest, last Friday’s gathering at SF Camerawork to screen the full 13-minute video piece by artist David Wojnarowicz— a

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