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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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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by FIRE’s Robert Shibley and Samantha Harris to discuss cancel culture, new Title IX regulations, and more. Read more


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Princeton professor Peter Singer has been called “the world’s most influential living philosopher.” But he may be as controversial as he is influential. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by PEN America's Suzanne Nossel to discuss campus censorship, cancel culture, and more. 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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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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