Another one of FIRE's short films is gaining popularity on YouTube this week. Portraits of Terror portrays the case of Joshua Stulman, a student artist censored by Penn State administrators for presenting a satirical exhibition about terrorism in the Palestinian territories of Gaza and the West Bank, and it has now exceeded 10,000 views.
We're excited that our video ventures are continuing to make a splash on the Internet's most popular video site! If you haven't yet, please take a moment to subscribe to FIRE's YouTube channel to check out Portraits of Terror and our other short films. These films expose free speech violations on campus and detail the experiences of the people affected. Thanks for watching and sharing the videos. The more people who know about the issues, the better FIRE can protect free expression on campus.
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