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May 20, 2015
An administrator told Nicole Sanders that she would need “special permission” to display a gun rights sign and collect signatures for her student group on campus.
The Unstoppable Nicole Sanders: FIRE’s Successful SUFS Plaintiff Reflects on Ayn Rand, Campus Outreach, ‘Liberty-Inspired’ Clothing
November 9, 2016
Nicole Sanders is planning a big move to Washington, D.C. Having gained media attention last year after successfully suing her college for violating her First Amendment rights, Sanders was recently hand-picked as the incoming first-ever Director of Student Programs for The Atlas Society. “They love that I sued my school for free speech,” she said,… Read more
Victory: Texas College Settles Free Speech Lawsuit After Telling Student That Gun Rights Sign Needs ‘Special Permission’
May 4, 2016
HOUSTON, May 4, 2016—Yesterday, the Blinn College Board of Trustees agreed to settle a First Amendment lawsuit filed last year by a student who was told that she would need to jump through numerous bureaucratic hoops to express herself on campus and would need “special permission” to display a gun rights sign. The settlement is… Read more
June 16, 2015
In an op-ed in Sunday’s San Antonio Express-News, FIRE Associate Director of Litigation Catherine Sevcenko describes why the Stand Up For Speech Litigation Project’s latest plaintiff, Nicole Sanders, decided to sue her school, Blinn College in Texas. Catherine also updates some of the other cases in the Stand Up For Speech Litigation Project, which will… Read more
May 20, 2015
HOUSTON, May 20, 2015—Blinn College student Nicole Sanders filed a First Amendment lawsuit against the public institution near Houston today after being told by an administrator last February that she would need “special permission” to display a gun rights sign and collect signatures for her student group on campus. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education… Read more