Articles and Public Statements

moCa Cleveland apologizes second time publicly for canceling show after black artist accuses it of censorship

Shaun Leornardo Accuses moCa Cleveland of Censoring Exhibition Confronting Police Brutality

‘We Failed’: A Cleveland Museum Apologizes for Cancelling an Exhibition on Police Brutality Without Consulting the Artist

MOCA Cleveland apologises to black artist whose show it cancelled

moCa Cleveland Apologizes After Canceling Exhibition by Black Artist Illustrating Police Violence Against Minorities

Longtime MoCA Cleveland Director Jill Snyder Resigns, Urges Museums to Diversify Leadership

Jill Snyder resigns as director of Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, citing need for change

Media Scholar On Canceled moCa Art Exhibition On Police Violence

MOCA Cleveland Director Jill Snyder Resigns Following Cancellation of Exhibition on Police Violence

Artist Activist Amanda D. King Addresses MoCa Cleveland's Cancellation of Exhibition on Police Brutality

Artist whose exhibition on police brutality was abruptly canceled in February says institutions must do better

Samaria Rice speaks out against artists who use Tamir Rice’s name, story, images, without permission

Critics come out of anonymity to say canceled MOCA Cleveland show would have exploited Black suffering over police brutality

Reform or reset? How cultural institutions are facing a reckoning

Trauma In Art Raises Questions

The Cancellation of Shaun Leonardo’s Museum Show Sparked an Uproar. Now, the Activists Who Wanted It Gone Tell Their Side of the Story

Samaria Rice, Mother of Tamir Rice, Speaks Out About Art Depicting Her Son After Canceled Exhibition in Cleveland

Cleveland Activists Counter Shaun Leonardo's Censorship Allegations

Meet the Black Women Working to Transform the Art Scenes in Three Cities Deemed Least Hospitable to Black Women