Angel Eduardo is FIRE’s senior writer and editor, best known for creating the rhetorical concept of star-manning. He previously worked as managing director of messaging and editorial for the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism, and continues to serve on FAIR’s board of advisors and as a FAIR in the Arts Fellow. He graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing from CUNY Hunter College in New York City, and contributes a column for the Center for Inquiry titled “Searching for Better Angels,” where he writes on topics such as science, morality, communication, and skepticism. His writing has also been featured in Quillette, Newsweek, Areo Magazine, and The Caribbean Writer, among other print and online publications.
Through his work at FIRE, Angel hopes to continue promoting a culture of free speech, free inquiry, and freedom of expression through honest, good-faith, and compassionate engagement with people across the political and ideological spectrum.
- Why (most) lies are protected speech, and why they should stay that way,
- Professor suspended for reasons unknown — even to him ,
- Twitter is no free speech haven under Elon Musk,
- Why ‘sensitivity readers’ are bad for free speech, art, and culture,
- Another day, another beloved children's book series sanitized by publishers.,
- Why New York Times v. Sullivan matters more than ever,
- No, you can't be forced to say the Pledge of Allegiance,
- VIDEO: Roald Dahl's classic books altered by publisher Puffin ,
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