Yeshiva University pulls provocative photography project
Student organizers charge censorship. YU cites 'student sensitivities’ as reason for reneging on support for project highlighting human vulnerabilities.
NEW YORK − A man with “shvartze” − Yiddish for “black” and a derogatory term for African Americans − written across his forehead is one of the many startling images in the “What I Be” photography project, portraits of people with their greatest vulnerability written on their face or arm. It is a project of California-based...
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