Find out what your due process rights are, learn more about how other American universities treat due process, and empower yourself to use your knowledge of due process
Learn about how to ignite your free speech rights today! If you’re a college student and you complete this course and our Due Process on Campus course, you are eligible to become a free speech advocate.
Lessons for universities to utilize when teaching incoming students about their free speech rights and the principles behind the First Amendment.
Learn about how the right to freedom of speech has evolved over human history, how it promotes peace in society and uplifts minority voices, and why censorship is never the answer to dissident speech.
Jumpstart your student activism career by reviewing FIRE’s mission, the basics of the First Amendment, and introducing you to our Let’s Talk and Student Defenders programs.
In this course, you’ll find out your disagreement style during conversations about controversial topics. This course will give you insights into your strengths and areas for improvement.
On September 7 2022, FIRE, in partnership with College Pulse, released the third annual College Free Speech Rankings, ranking the speech climates of 203 of America’s largest and most prestigious campuses.
Libel? Privacy? Intellectual property? When you’re producing a publication, there are so many legal risks to keep in mind. This course is for student journalists.
Take this course to learn how to build, grow, and maintain an alumni group to support free expression at your alma mater.
What is free speech? How did ancient and premodern societies conceive of speech? Learn about this and more in FIRE's lesson on the history of free speech with special guest The Nomadic Professor.