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.
Winning in the court of public opinion is hard. On today's show,
founder Bob Ewing shares communications strategies that anyone --
including free speech advocates -- can use to win in the
marketplace of ideas. Prior to founding the Ewing School,...
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.
The new documentary “features the stories of several journalists who were assaulted or arrested while reporting at protests and explores the conflict and tension experienced on the frontlines, the changing role of the press, and the hardening of attitudes among the police toward journalists.”
In partnership with College Pulse, a free speech alumni group at Princeton has surveyed 250 undergraduates to learn more about the state of free expression on campus and determine how best to leverage their activism.