As substantiated by the recent and pertinent debate surrounding free expression on college campuses, it is becoming clear that free speech—which is deeply related to
As a free speech organization, we wholeheartedly believe in maximizing the freedoms and liberties afforded to everyone under the First Amendment. With speech, however, often
In 2015, support for speech limitations continued its upward trend, and organizations attempting to change that trend were failing miserably. Amazingly, sending lists of demands
On February 17th, President Trump tweeted that many media companies are “the enemy of the American people.” Our organization—as advocates for free speech and free press—believe that
Donald Trump—and many other demagogues across the world, from the US to the UK—have increasingly deflected rightful criticism by appealing to the notion of liberal
A year ago, the New York Times ran a story discussing freedom of speech on college campuses. One of the big things the article talked
About ten days ago, news broke of a horrendous act of censorship from the University of Northern Colorado in their attempt to protect the safety
On December 19, 2007, Gawker’s Owen Thomas wrote an article outing Peter Thiel as gay. The point of the article was to cast light on
Part of what makes our organization unique is that we are run by students. There is no going home at the end of the day, to a place where you can say whatever you want. We live with these rules every day of the academic year. That’s why we care about not just changing policy, but working with our communities to create a lasting change in beliefs surrounding free speech. You can be a part of that change with us.
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