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Freedom Is it really attainable Here we are The end of another century is upon us It is a time of reflection for most A time to review our achievements and create new goals to attain We can individualize these ideas and expand them out to incorporate our society as a whole If we look at them both we will find a correlation between them Our country has grown and multiplied in every sense We have taken the original constitution our forefathers wrote and expanded on it to fit societys ever changing technology and economy Freedom of speech has acquired new bounds to include the Internet This freedom which all Americans take for granted is challenged and scrutinized often Public works ideas and the ability to share them with society are constantly threatened Is the idea of something being public in any sense protected under the freedom of speech umbrella And what do these depictions contribute to cultural literacy of our society To illustrate all sides we will look at the notion of tenure in academia and a controversial art exhibit The Brooklyn Museum of Art BMA has been serving society various works since 1823 In addition it is worth mentioning the American Association of Museums accredits the museum This honor is only awarded to only ten percent of museums in the country and is earned by performing on all levels according to the highest professional standards and practices and fulfills its obligations to its community and its many publics The Sensation exhibit which opened at BMA in late September caused a rift in society The exhibit is made up of a large variety of works done by various British artists The focal point of the debate is a piece done by Chris Ofili a Brit of Nigerian decent The piece is of a black Madonna enhanced with elephant droppings The question has been raised in every circle should BMA which is a
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