‘Los Angeles Times’ Highlights Censorship at Art Institute of California
January 9, 2007
by Emily Guidry
There are so many stereotypes in games, of African Americans as thugs, for example. Video gamers are exposed to this kind of violence and offensive language all the time and need to think about what they are doing.
Art is supposed to provoke and make people think, and as an art institute, especially in a city like San Francisco, they should seriously consider the commitment to their mission. If anywhere should encourage free speech, it should be an art institution.