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FIRE’s new First Amendment Quiz is a great way to test your knowledge of free speech and other constitutional issues! Read more


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FIRE’s 2019 Constitution Day Lesson kicks off this fall’s release of five full high school curriculum modules! Read more


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John Carroll University’s administration has canceled a student-organized annual drag show because the show might create “divisiveness” on campus. Read more


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Want to prove your knowledge of the First Amendment and controversial books? Join us for a night of jazz and trivia! Read more


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Each year, FIRE awards $20,000 in scholarship prizes to nine winners — with $10,000 going to the top essay writer. Read more


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Professor Adam Duker puts his faith in faith — and the transformative power of teaching world religions to students who’ve never been exposed to them. Read more


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Western Illinois University's free speech zone was declared dead 16 years ago — but it still lives on in university speech codes. Read more


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One year ago this week, “The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure” was published. Read more


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Last week, the University of Colorado system sent a letter endorsing freedom of expression to all incoming first-year students. Read more


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Congress has introduced a resolution that defends the right to boycott as an important aspect of the right to free speech protected under the First Amendment. Read more



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