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Florida Family Policy Council (@florida_family_policy_council) Instagram Profile Photo florida_family_policy_council

Florida Family Policy Council

 image by Florida Family Policy Council (@florida_family_policy_council) with caption : "Senator Chow, a UC Berkeley student, abstained from a vote in her student senate on a bill that was in conflict with her" - 1913521497222381885
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Senator Chow, a UC Berkeley student, abstained from a vote in her student senate on a bill that was in conflict with her sincerely-held religious beliefs. Now she is facing harassment and calls for her resignation.⠀ ⠀ "I cannot vote for this bill without compromising my values and my responsibility to the community that elected me to represent them,” Chow said. Read her story at the @FoxNews link in our bio.⠀

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Bentie Feng

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throwback to all the tiktoks we made at school and just to show how crazy we are lol😂😂 @tiktok @mafazraad @eliasafnan • • #censored

Linda Matney Fine Art Gallery (@lmgfineart) Instagram Profile Photo lmgfineart

Linda Matney Fine Art Gallery

 image by Linda Matney Fine Art Gallery (@lmgfineart) with caption : "Censorship is all around us, from social media to television to academia to government institutions. What is hidden and " - 1913505514794643147
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Censorship is all around us, from social media to television to academia to government institutions. What is hidden and blocked from view reveals the cultural norms that override expression and - subsequently - artists' efforts to contest such norms. Alison Stinely's art was censored before finding a place at the Linda Matney Art Gallery. Women artists, like Stinely, have had their ideas blocked by institutions for centuries. How does her experience with censorship fit within the era of the movement? What does the silencing of female expression in today's culture mean for women? Alison Stinely, Diana Blanchard Gross, Vittorio Colaizzi, Lita Tirak and John Lee Matney held a rigorous panel discussion at the Linda Matney Art Gallery on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 Stinely] and her proxies refuse to be labeled, restricted, or contained and possess an otherworldly strength beyond the surface of shiny broken fragments." -Dr. Margaret Richardson. director@lindamatneygallery.com #censored

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