FIRE’s involvement at Marquette University has been picked up by the Associated Press, Special Report with Brit Hume on Fox News, and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Add to this blogs on several websites—from organizations including the John Locke Foundation and the Cato Institute to Dave Barry himself—and numerous responses from individuals who have written to Marquette’s administration in support of Stuart Ditsler. Considering the amount of feedback FIRE has received on this case, we hope the university will soon see the error of its ways and decide that office doors (which have traditionally been places where professors and students post articles, cartoons, or other material) are no longer censorship zones.
Radford University is the latest school to receive a rare “green light” rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression.
'READER Act' forces booksellers to blacklist books based on vague standards. FIRE is asking the Fifth Circuit to put a stop to it.
An amendment before the U.S. House impermissibly threatens the expressive rights of students and faculty across the country.
The University of Massachusetts Boston has eliminated mandates for faculty applicants to express particular views about diversity, equity, and inclusion after months of back-and-forth with FIRE.