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FIRE is excited to launch a free speech grant program that will support research that advances our understanding of free speech and academic freedom. Read more


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Wichita State University's student-run art gallery ShiftSpace saw its funding cut after it criticized a student senator on social media. Read more


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Mark McPhail, a former communications professor at Indiana University Northwest in Gary, Indiana, has sued the university and administrators last month for retaliating against his exercise of First Amendment rights, among other things. The lawsuit alleges IU Northwest fired McPhail after he criticized the selection of the person appointed to lead a reorganized School of... Read more Read more


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Over the past year, Texas A&M administrators have chipped away at the rights of student groups, providing little to no explanation as to why. Read more


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Twitter, Elon Musk, and tackling bad free speech critiques with guests Matt Taibbi, Nadine Strossen, and Amna Khalid. Read more


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FIRE sent a public comment to California Community Colleges opposing proposed policies which would add DEI criteria to tenure review of college employees. Read more


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Does Disney have free speech rights? What should free speech advocates make of Elon Musk buying Twitter? Robert Corn-Revere breaks it all down for us. Read more


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Does Disney have free speech rights? What should free speech advocates make of Elon Musk buying Twitter? Robert Corn-Revere breaks it all down for us. Read more


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Our guests on the podcast argue that the popular conception of academic freedom has become too closely connected with the the concept of free speech. Read more


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Professor Nicholas Meriwether sued Shawnee State University, which the court ruled had violated his free speech rights by compelling use of gender pronouns. Read more



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