Victory at Temple College Explained in Today’s Podcast

November 10, 2008

Last Thursday, FIRE’s press release described our latest victory for freedom of expression at Temple College (Texas), where the school’s president quickly reversed the censorship of a religiously themed cartoon and the Nietzsche quotation “God is dead” after receiving a letter from FIRE. In today’s episode of FIREside Chats, Adam Kissel, Director of FIRE’s Individual Rights Defense Program, discusses this case in further detail and calls on administrators at Lake Superior State University and Lone Star CollegeTomball to follow Temple’s lead by undoing the censorship of controversial posted materials on campus.

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Schools:  Temple College Lone Star College-Tomball Lake Superior State University

Cases:  Temple College: Censorship of Cartoon and Nietzsche Quotation on Professor’s Office Door Lone Star College: Student Group Threatened with Probation and Derecognition for Posting Flyer Lake Superior State University: Veteran Professor Ordered to Remove Posted Materials from Office Door