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Register Now for FIRE’s November Webinar: America's Worst Speech Codes
What exactly are "speech codes," and what can you do about them? For our November webinar, FIRE Director of Speech Code Research Samantha Harris will give a rundown of some of the worst college speech codes she has encountered over the years at FIRE and explain how students, professors, and alumni have worked together to eliminate repressive speech policies on campuses across the country. FIRE webinars are free and open to all, so register now and join us next Tuesday!
America's Worst Speech Codes
Tuesday, November 20
3 p.m. EST
To prepare for the webinar, check out the speech codes at your alma mater by visiting www.thefire.org/spotlight.
FIRE’s award-winning Newsdesk covers the free speech news you need to stay informed.
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Delaware State imposing sweeping confidentiality agreements on students serving on campus safety committees, the school rescinded the ban and promised to foster institutional transparency going forward.
FACULTY SURVEY: Support for free speech varies by academic discipline
Faculty in business and STEM fields are more supportive of free speech and academic freedom according to a FIRE survey.