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Greg Talks College Censorship on Web Series ‘The B.S. of A.’
FIRE President Greg Lukianoff appeared recently on the web series "The B.S. of A." to discuss censorship on college campuses. Greg argues that silencing campus speech teaches today's students that their highest priority should be to avoid hurting others' feelings rather than intellectual achievement or engaging with the marketplace of ideas. Greg reminds viewers that if they went to four years of college and never had their ideas challenged, they probably didn't learn very much.
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FIRE launches expanded 2023 Free Inquiry Grant program, offering $200,000 to support research on free speech
FIRE is proud to announce that we have expanded the program to $200,000, with a maximum grant size of $65,000, to fund proposals supporting research that advances the understanding of free speech and academic freedom.
How to kill online free speech
The European Court of Human Rights provides a cautionary tale as the U.S. Supreme Court faces many challenges to its robust protections for online speech.
From worst to first: Alumni help Bucknell surge up FIRE’s College Free Speech Rankings
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Misunderstanding First Amendment, CUNY says anti-Israel commencement speech was not free speech but ‘hate speech’
After a student-selected speaker criticized Israel, the university, capitalism, and more in her May 12 law school commencement speech, the City University of New York released a statement calling the remarks “hate speech” and claiming they are not free speech.