KC Johnson discusses his brush with Dispositions Theory, and how FIRE helped clear his name. » Read More
The case of Joshua Stulman, a student artist censored by Penn State administrators for presenting a satirical exhibition about terrorism in the Palestinian territories of Gaza and the West Bank.» Read More
Andre Massena was almost expelled from SUNY Binghamton after he publicly criticized a faculty member he thought was responsible for social injustice. With FIRE’s help, Andre graduated.
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Category: Video Schools: Binghamton University, State University of New York
Professor Daphne Patai – Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, speaks to attendees at the annual 2010 Campus Freedom Network Conference.
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Jonathan Rauch’s keynote address at FIRE’s annual 2010 Campus Freedom Network conference. Rauch is a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution, a senior writer for the National Journal, a corresponding editor for The Atlantic, and the author of Kindly Inquisitors: The New Attacks on Free Thought.» Read More
Watch John Stossel’s interview with Greg and former Washington State University student Chris Lee, where they discuss WSU’s deplorable attempts to censor Lee’s satirical musical and the wider infirmity of politically correct speech codes on campus.» Read More
Greg Lukianoff discusses his essay on campus censorship from the book New Threats to Freedom. Are there circumstances under which a person’s right to not be offended supersedes a person’s right to free speech? Based on the actions of several public universities, it seems that this may be a dangerously common attitude within academia.
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Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is proud to release a new short film, “Empty Holsters: Gun Speech on America’s Campuses,” highlighting widespread campus censorship of student speech about guns. The film is the first in a new FIRE series focusing on how colleges and universities across America are preventing students and faculty members from speaking out on the weightiest political issues of the day.» Read More