The new Museu de l'Art Prohibit serves as a monument to freedom of expression
The Puritans outlawed Thomas Morton's "New English Canaan" because it was critical of the society they were building in colonial New England
Few realize that the approval process for these outdoor signs varies widely by state and organization, enabling unsanctioned displays to slip through
Ahead of the 2024 Olympics, city officials are trying to relocate the bouquinistes for security reasons
Iowa schools are struggling to comply with new laws banning books that aren't "age appropriate"
Based on users' locations, the Banned Book Club provides e-book editions of titles banned in nearby libraries
Officials say the bookseller broke the law by promoting the novel to minors and failing to wrap it in plastic foil
Building on a 2020 statement from the writer’s family, the charity condemned Dahl's racism as "undeniable and indelible"
Once considered a relic of moral panics past, the 1873 law criminalized sending "obscene, lewd or lascivious" materials through the mail
Citing modesty concerns, an ad firm rejected a poster depicting the Renaissance sculpture
Free speech groups—and playwright Paula Vogel—are condemning the school board's decision
Activists in China are using blank sheets of paper to speak out against the country's draconian zero-Covid policies
The government reversed its ban on "Joyland," though several scenes will be cut
A fireproof version of her bestseller is a weapon in an ongoing fight against literary censorship
Film censorship sparked the beloved cartoon character's mid-1930s makeover
Art Spiegelman's graphic novel details his parents' experiences in Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust
The move arrives amid continuing crackdowns on pro-democracy protesters in the Asian city
M+ promises to be a leading cultural destination, but China's new national security law threatens its curatorial freedom
Women's rights activist Mary Ware Dennett was arrested in 1929 for mailing a booklet deemed "obscene, lewd or lascivious"
Moved online due to the pandemic, an automated content filter banned terms including "sexual," "pubic" and "stream"
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