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FIRE’s Spotlight Widgets
In addition to FIRE's Red Alert widget and Speech Code of the Month widget, FIRE also has a widget for each of the schools we rate in our Spotlight database. The speech code widget features FIRE's iconic traffic light graphic indicating a Spotlight rating of red, yellow, or green. The colored lights represent the extent to which the school's policies protect freedom of speech. (For more information on FIRE's rating system, click here; for more information on FIRE's widgets, click here.)
To add the widget for your school to your website, here's all you need to do:
- Visit thefire.org/spotlight and select your school by state, region, or just by typing it into the search box.
- When your school's page comes up, look on the right sidebar to see the widget for that particular school. Below it is a box with some text in it-select it all and copy it to the clipboard.
- Go to your blog or website, and paste in the text wherever you want the widget to appear (it's made for a sidebar, but should work anywhere).
- Send us a link to your site with the widget posted on it, your mailing address and your t-shirt size.
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FIRE’s award-winning Newsdesk covers the free speech news you need to stay informed.
Congress should require the government to disclose its communications with social media companies about user speech
Strong legislation is required to assure the American people that government officials are not abusing their power to censor online expression.
SPFI hotline: Does the paper own the copyright?
When a staffer submits an article, photo, or other content to a student publication, who owns the copyright?
SURVEY: College faculty split on DEI statements in hiring and promotion
Support for requiring DEI statements in job applications is associated with willingness to restrict speech and investigate colleagues for controversial expression.