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Latest FIREside Chats Episode Features Colorado College
This week's podcast features Adam Kissel, director of FIRE's Individual Rights Defense Program, and Robert Shibley, FIRE's Vice President, discussing the ongoing case at Colorado College. As we mentioned in our press release and in numerous blog posts, two students at Colorado College were deemed "violent" and punished for posting a satirical flyer on campus. This episode of FIREside Chats highlights all case points and calls for Colorado College to reverse its decision and apologize to the students for not living up to the promise of free expression it guarantees for all students and faculty.
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University of Utah anti-racism policy forces faculty to ‘eradicate’ words from teaching, curriculum
University of Utah’s Department of Communication is barring faculty from communicating disfavored words and ideas under its Anti-Racist Code of Conduct that requires the “eradication” of certain speech from teaching and curricula.
Russian censorship laws should not dictate expression in the NHL
NHL teams have decided to entirely abandon Pride warm up jerseys from their programming out of fear of retaliation against their Russian players.
Pitt stands firm against pressure to cancel three conservative speakers invited by student groups
University of Pittsburgh students are pressuring administrators to cancel three upcoming events hosted by conservative student groups because they feature speakers the protestors consider “anti-trans.”