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Tune in to FIRE Discussing Valdosta State on the Radio Tomorrow!
FIRE is still working to defend Valdosta State University student T. Hayden Barnes after he was expelled for publicly protesting the school’s decision to construct two new parking decks on campus.
For more on the ongoing status of this case, tune in tomorrow to Tallahassee’s 100.7 WFLA-FM at 8:05 a.m. Eastern to hear an interview with FIRE Senior Program Officer Will Creeley. You can listen live online, and if you can’t catch it live, you can download it from WFLA’s website to listen later!
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Winning hearts and minds: FIRE celebrates first year of expanded free speech advocacy
One year after expanding into off-campus free speech advocacy, we’re working tirelessly on behalf of individuals of all backgrounds and perspectives, protecting free speech throughout the country without fear, favor, or apology.
Mayo Clinic medical college to doctor: Sit down and shut up
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science suspended professor Michael J. Joyner for speaking to journalists in his personal capacity because he “failed to communicate in accordance with prescribed messaging.”
UPDATE: UNC Chapel Hill’s clarification on DEI task force reignites FIRE’s First Amendment concerns
FIRE wrote the UNC School of Medicine about recommendations from a DEI task force report that, if implemented, would violate faculty members’ First Amendment rights.