If you read The New York Times online, you might have noticed that they published a profile of FIRE’s work on Monday morning titled, “Fighting for Free Speech on America’s Campuses.”
Tomorrow morning, that story will run in print in the Education Life section of the paper, alongside another story about FIRE’s work defending students who have been prevented from handing out copies of the Constitution on campus.
Pick up your copy of The New York Times tomorrow and open up to ED20 and ED21 of the Education Life section to find these stories about FIRE’s work.
After reading those stories, be sure to check out FIRE Vice President of Legal and Public Advocacy Will Creeley’s post on our website expanding on the points covered in the article. In the piece, Will reminds all students and faculty members that FIRE is here to help if you are censored on campus.