Female historian says human rights museum censored herHistorians in the News
tags: Canada, women, Canadian Museum for Human Rights
A Canadian historian believes she is being censored by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg.
Veronica Strong-Boag said she was asked to write a blog post on International Women's Day and her personal experiences for the museum’s website, but it was later taken down.
“I guess it was up for a couple of hours,” said Strong-Boag. “I was told it was brought down because communications at the museum had some problems with what it contained.”
Strong-Boag said she never spoke to the communications department at the museum directly, but another party told her the museum required more information before they were willing to publish the piece.
“I was told they were unhappy with it," said Strong-Boag....
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