Table of Contents

National Campaign for Freedom of Expression

Foreword

Director's Comment

Introduction

Chapter 1: Understanding...

Chapter 2: Preparing for...

Chapter 3: Responding to...

Conclusion

Appendix I: What To Do If it Happens to You

Appendix II: Organizations

Appendix III: Sample Documents

Bibliography

List of Plates

Acknowledgments

 

LIST OF PLATES

Top Left Image

Donald Lipski, American Flag Ball #3 1990, installation at C.W. Post Campus at Long Island University. Used by permission of the artist.

Figures

  1. LeAnn Mitchell and Barbara Bullock, The Dream Deferred 1993. Used by permission of Mitchell.

  2. Marilyn Zimmerman, detail of contact sheets 1994. Used by permission of the artist.

  3. Candyce Garrett, Rapture 1995. Used by permission of the artist.

  4. David Swim, The Heart 1992. Used by permission of the artist.

  5. Paul Mircea Goreniuc, Space Dance for Peace IV 1983, installation at artist's residence. Used by permission of the artist.

  6. Mike Alfano, Stand Up and Speak Out 1997, installation at Nassau County Courthouse, Mineola, NY, photograph by artist. Used by permission of the artist.

  7. James Bostick, The Reclining Bacchante 1993. Used by permission of the artist.

  8. Steve Johnson, Joshua in Repose 1993. Used by permission of the artist.

  9. Sharon K. Sinerius Rupp, To the Democrats, Republicans, and Bipartisans 1995, photograph by the artist. Used by permission of the artist.

  10. Janette Hopper, In Awe 1994, from Adam and Eve Suite. Used by permission of the artist.

  11. Jim Folts, Thomas Lauderdale 1992, from Family Friends, and Neighbors. Used by permission of the artist.

  12. Jim Folts, Karuna Neustadt and Lois Van Leer 1992, from Family Friends, and Neighbors. Used by permission of the artist.

  13. Jim Folts, Marty K 1992, from Family Friends, and Neighbors. Used by permission of the artist.

  14. Marian Azbill, Graffiti on the building next to the Round Valley Inn 1993, from The People's Portrait Project, Mendocino in Black and White Collection, Mendocino County Museum, Willits. CA, #96-20-250.

  15. Scott Church, Hidden Heart 1997. Used by permission of the artist.

  16. Jerry Hooten, Wishbone 1995. Used by permission of the artist.

  17. Beth Wesson, untitled 1996. Used by permission of the artist.
Color Plates
  1. Dayton Claudio, Sex, Laws and Coathangers 1992. Used by permission of the artist.

  2. Maxine Henderson, Gwen 1995. Used by permission of the artist.

  3. Marc Simmons, Girls on the Beach 1989. Used by permission of the artist.

  4. Cecilia Alvarez, Modern Living Through Chemistry 1991, detail from altar. Used by permission of the artist.

  5. Emerson Zabower, The Philly Flasher 1993. Used by permission of the artist.

  6. Andres Serrano, Pieta II 1990. Courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY.

  7. Donnell, Initiation 1994. Used by permission of the artist.

  8. Mona Waterhouse, Letters Home III 1992. Used by permission of the artist.

  9. Richard Taylor (XPRES), Piggy Man, detail of mural located in Venice Pavilion (a.k.a. The Graffiti Pit) 1997. Restoration Project Coordinated by SPARC (Social and Public Art Resource Center). Photograph courtesy of SPARC, Los Angeles, CA.

  10. Richard Taylor (XPRES), sketches for proposed replacement mural for Venice Pavilion (a.k.a. The Graffiti Pit) 1997. Used by permission of the artist.

  11. Dread Scott, What is the Proper Way to Display the U.S. Flag? 1988. Courtesy of Wessel, O'Connor Gallery, New York, NY.

  12. Ellen Zahorec, Our Lady of Pysanky 1995-98. Used by permission of the artist.