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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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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by professor Rodney Smolla to reflect on what happened during the summer of 2017 in Charlottesville. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by FIRE director, Adam Steinbaugh, author of FIRE's latest report on college social media censorship. Read more


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On today’s episode, FIRE Executive Director Robert Shibley and FIRE Senior Fellow Samantha Harris take a deep-dive into the new Title IX regulations. Read more


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With much of the country under stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19, what do these orders mean for the five freedoms of the First Amendment? Read more


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We are joined by Jacob Mchangama and Sarah McLaughlin to discuss how countries like Turkey, Hungary, Egypt, and Thailand are banning “fake news” amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Read more


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We are joined by Associate Professor Cynthia L. Martin to explore how the Soviet Union restricted access to information and stifled dissent. Read more


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On today’s episode, we sit down with FIRE President & CEO Greg Lukianoff to discuss how FIRE is adapting to the coronavirus outbreak. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we speak with Duke University School of Law professor Joseph Blocher. Read more


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We speak with authors Erik Nielson and Andrea L. Dennis about their book "Rap on Trial", in which they argue that no genre of music is treated the same way as rap by the law. Read more



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