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Censorship Gone Too Far? Canadian Catholic School Bans Rainbows

When it comes to (man-made) rainbows, students are told to stick it where the sun don’t shine. An Ontario Catholic high school is so adamant about pushing gay issues under the rug that it’s banned rainbows. According to Xtra!, a

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Posted in Human Rights, Religious Censorship

Day of Silence – April 15, 2011

Source: dayofsilence.org April 15, 2011 is the 2011 “Day of Silence.” If you are not familiar with what the Day of Silence is all about, please check out all the details at dayofsilence.org. I, for one, was not aware of

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Posted in Human Rights

ACLU Says School Blocks Web Content Aimed At Gay Students

Source: The Detroit News – By Candice Williams   Detroit— The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Michigan said today they have sent a letter to a Wayne County high school demanding that officials stop censoring Internet content

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Chonofsky: Disappointed by Censorship

Source: Wicked Local – By Mark Chonofsky Lexington — I am very disappointed with Natalie Cohen and Paul Ash’s censorship of “Columbinus,” a play that fits perfectly into Lexington High School‘s tradition of controversial but socially informative theater. This cowardly

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ACLU Launches Initiative To Stop Unconstitutional Web Filtering Of LGBT Content In Schools

Source: eNews Park Forest NEW YORK – The American Civil Liberties Union, in partnership with Yale Law School, has launched a campaign called “Don’t Filter Me” to assess censorship of web content in public high schools. The campaign asks students

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Posted in Corporate Censorship

Making Sense of Censorship on the Stage and in the Scholarly Realm

Source: The Maine Campus – By Sarah Mann Delectating in a moment of self-reflection in the Memorial Union, I was disturbed by the presence of a peppy, sweatshirted girl who wanted my friend and I to fill out a survey.

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Posted in Uncategorized

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