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Student Journalists: It’s Never Been Easier to Learn Your Rights!
FIRE is now offering free Skype sessions for student journalists interested in learning more about free press, due process, and other FIRE issues. Have questions? We’ve got answers.
If your paper is facing administrative pushback, or is struggling to report on complex campus issues like due process and sexual harassment without interference, send an email to email@example.com. We’ll get back to you to work out a time for one of our First Amendment experts to meet with your newspaper or student group online. And don’t forget to take a look at the student journalist resources we publish on our website.
We look forward to talking with you soon!
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