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FIRE’s development team is very excited to welcome its newest member, Paul Bartow, as our first philanthropy officer! Read more


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People from across the political spectrum are entrenching themselves and assuming the worst of those on the other side of the political aisle. Read more


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NPR reported a new development in the increasingly uneasy relationship between China, the U.S. government, and American academic institutions. Read more


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FIRE wishes all of our readers and supporters a safe and happy Independence Day. Read more


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The Times Union published an op-ed by FIRE intern, Daniel Zahn, who urged resistance to attempts to curb anti-Semitism through censorship. Read more


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California State University Channel Islands' overbroad harassment policy is our Speech Code of the Month for July. Read more


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I never knew how much I valued free speech until I wasn’t allowed to sing “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” at summer camp. Read more


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Two recent cases touch on — but don’t definitively answer — the question of whether students at private colleges might also have due process rights. Read more


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Both right and left wing narratives surrounding campus speech miss a major source of the conflict: students’ underdeveloped ability to listen. Read more


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A response to noted constitutional law scholar Erwin Chemerinsky about Rutger's move to defund their student newspaper, The Daily Targum. Read more



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