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The resulting opinion will clarify important questions about how students can vindicate their First Amendment rights when public colleges violate them. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Hong Kong, free speech, and what musing about sci-fi can teach us Read more


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As students return to classes in the fall one category of students will be prohibited from speaking publicly about their institutions: student-athletes. Read more


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A petition at Princeton contains several “demands,” which stand in direct opposition to free speech, academic freedom, and freedom of conscience. Read more


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Maya Rubin breaks down the power dynamics at work in discussions about free speech, and the importance of challenging the values of authorities. Read more


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Glenn Loury, Professor of the Social Sciences at Brown University, talks about his objection to a letter sent out by Brown in support of recent protests. Read more


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Prof. Ajax Peris came under heavy criticism for reading from MLK Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” including its recounting of the use of racial slurs. Read more


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FIRE summer intern Micky Wootten highlights the need for students to be taught the principles of free speech at a young age. Read more


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American universities with partnerships in the region must address the effects that the law, enacted last week, will have on student and faculty rights. Read more


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We know Independence Day may look a little different for many people this year. But the 4th of July is so much more than just a day.  Read more



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