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Photo Essay: Postcards from the 2012 CFN Conference
For the FIRE supporters who could not join us this summer at the 2012 CFN Conference, I wanted to share some of the best pictures from the weekend, which brought together more than fifty students from across the country to discuss free speech issues on campus. Be sure to check out the full conference photo album on FIRE’s Facebook page and read 2012 FIRE intern Yean Do’s excellent recap for a student’s perspective on the conference.
Photos by Tim Moyer Photography
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