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FIRE joined Speech First and Independent Women's Law Center to defend the new Title IX regulations' free speech protections against a lawsuit from the ACLU. Read more


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Naomi Mathew tried to start an animal rights group on campus. But after a committee rejected the club, it’s her First Amendment rights that are endangered. Read more


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These five suggestions provide a path for presidents to prove their commitment to free speech by leading with basic, clear, and reasonable changes. Read more


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Today, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin signed HB 254 into law, protecting free speech at the commonwealth’s public colleges and universities by granting students the “broadest possible latitude to speak, write, listen, challenge, learn, and discuss any issue.” Read more


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FIRE is committed to igniting a passion for these crucial freedoms in students through our educational programs, conferences, internships, and more. Read more


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What if your liberal arts education turned into an illiberal one? That's what Freedom Project members say they're grappling with at Wellesley College. Read more


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Over the past year, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has worked to censor students protesting administrator's attempts to take over the Rensselaer Union Read more


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Lisa Durden tells FIRE about the testy exchange with Fox News host Tucker Carlson back in June and the fallout that got her fired from Essex County College. Read more


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FIRE supporters can now lobby their college or university for better speech policies directly from our website! Read more



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