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FIRE Reaches 1,000 Followers on Twitter
I am pleased to note that FIRE's account on the popular micro-blogging website Twitter has reached 1,000 followers today. Launched at the start of the new year, our followers have steadily grown. In fact, we reached 500 followers just last month.
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Winning hearts and minds: FIRE celebrates first year of expanded free speech advocacy
One year after expanding into off-campus free speech advocacy, we’re working tirelessly on behalf of individuals of all backgrounds and perspectives, protecting free speech throughout the country without fear, favor, or apology.
VICTORY: Northwestern College Republicans get funding restored after flyer controversy
Northwestern rightfully declined to investigate the student group, but concerns remain about the school's commitment to free speech.
New College of Florida axes professor who criticized college, purportedly over his ‘leftist’ views
New College of Florida trustee Christopher Rufo admitted the college chose not to renew a professor’s contract due to his teaching, views, and criticism of university leadership.
Continuing a pattern and practice of unconstitutional diktats, OCR now requires schools to ‘promote diversity’ to comply with anti-discrimination laws
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights released a letter and resolution agreement regarding book removals at some Forsyth County Schools libraries in Georgia.