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FIRE calls on Duquesne University to keep the strong free speech and academic freedom promises it makes to faculty. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by former ACLU attorney David Goldberger to discuss his half century of practice in First Amendment law. Read more


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Juniata College has taken action against professor Douglas A. Stiffler, who criticized Juniata’s COVID-19 reopening plan in a comment on Facebook. Read more


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UVA’s student newspaper released a troubling report last week on a policy that “restricts resident staffers from speaking to the press.” Read more


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“Throughout her career, she has demonstrated a unique ability to secure justice for victims of rights violations, often against seemingly insurmountable odds." Read more


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Administrators suspended lecturer Gordon Klein for the 'tone' of his email — despite the student recipient responding with thanks and appreciation. Read more


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FIRE was honored to defend the merits of the new Title IX regulations, which cannot properly be characterized as an attack on gender-based protections. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

The idea that you must not ban something simply because it is offensive is one of the most fundamental elements of free speech and First Amendment law. Read more


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Summer is usually the quietest time of the year at FIRE. But not this summer. Read more


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Cancel culture and Title IX abuse can combine into a powerful engine of both outright censorship and of academically insidious self-censorship. Read more



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