Censorship of Children's Art

Children's art is censored by The Museum of Children's Art (MOCA) in Oakland.

We are providing you the opportunity to view what others do not want you to see. It is important to ask who does not want you to view this art and why?

Take a look below and let us know what you think.

The images were drawn by children who survived The Gaza Massacre (مجزرة غزة‎).

From December 27, 2008 to January 18, 2009, Israel launched a military assault named "Operation Cast Lead".

"Operation Cast Lead" left between 1,166 and 1,417 Palestinians (352 of which were children) and 13 Israelis, 4 from friendly fire, dead.

We invite you to take a look at a chapter in their lives expressed in oil pastels.

Photos by Lynn MacMichael

MECA (Middle East Children's Alliance) has made arrangements to have the children's art on display just around the corner from MOCA at 917 Washington Street, Oakland. The exhibit is available for viewing from noon to 5PM. For more information or to learn how to bring this exhibit to your town, contact MECA.