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‘Red Light, Green* Light’
Check out Scott L. Glabe’s insightful analysis in The Dartmouth Review of FIRE’s decision to upgrade Dartmouth College’s speechcodes.org rating.
I was also pleased they chose to end the article with a quote from a favorite FIRE alum:
“In the end, let’s not forget: today, Dartmouth is closer to having a healthy respect for free speech than it has been for many, many years,” former Review staffer and FIRE employee Emmett Hogan ’01 wrote. “This is undoubtedly cause for celebration.”
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Grammy-winning rocker Melissa Etheridge appears on second installment of SPIN and FIRE’s video interview series, ‘Free Speech + Other Dirty Words’
Artist-turned-activist Melissa Etheridge sits down for an episode of “Free Speech + Other Dirty Words,” the provocative and engaging new video series created by legendary media brand SPIN and FIRE.
Denver Law swears it didn’t stifle student speech. Its own statements suggest otherwise.
Administrators at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law unfairly questioned members of the Federalist Society who hosted a speaking event featuring Ilya Shapiro.
Charlie Kirk event at UC Davis prompts violent protest
A speaking engagement by conservative commentator Charlie Kirk Tuesday night was met with violent protests at University of California, Davis.
Delaware State rescinds NDAs, agrees to let students speak about campus safety
After FIRE raised the alarm about Delaware State imposing sweeping confidentiality agreements on students serving on campus safety committees, the school rescinded the ban and promised to foster institutional transparency going forward.