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Gifts to FIRE are 100 percent tax deductible, but you must donate before midnight tomorrow, December 31, to secure a 2018 tax deduction. Read more


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Here are some of the books and articles that made an impression on FIRE staff this year, that we think you might enjoy as well. Read more


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In 2018, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education secured 66 campus civil liberties victories, directly impacting 1.7 million students across America. As the year winds to a close, FIRE is taking the opportunity to reflect on 2018’s challenges and successes. Read more


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What does it mean to be “against ‘free speech?’” On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we ask U. Brighton lecturer Anthony Leaker. Read more


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Sonia Deel has joined FIRE’s staff as our event coordinator! Read more


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Last week, Gonzaga University defended its denial of its College Republicans chapter’s request to host conservative commentator Ben Shapiro because of the potential for protesters who might use “offensive” speech. Read more


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Congress is considering legislation that would require anyone contracting with the federal government to sign a promise that they are not supporting, and will not support, a boycott of Israel. Read more


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Did you submit your entry yet? There’s still time to enter FIRE’s Free Speech Essay Contest … but not much! Read more


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Earlier this month, the South Dakota Board of Regents improved a number of policies impacting freedom of expression on campus, and adopted the Chicago Statement Read more


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FIRE and PEN America are calling on Indiana University Kokomo to commit to respect freedom of expression after it censored two students’ sculptures. Read more



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