Even when not enforced or non-binding, anti-BDS bills potentially chill protected expression by singling out the expression of unpopular or controversial views. Such bills seriously and impermissibly undermine core First Amendment rights.
A rising grassroots movement is seeking to restrict how Islam is discussed in textbooks and other public school curricula. This resource provides some background on the pertinent Constitutional issues involved.
A new survey of college instructors reveals how the debate over trigger warnings is playing out in classrooms.
1958: The Internet (a collection of interconnected computer networks, linked by copper wires, fiber-optic cables, wireless connections, etc.) is pioneered by U.S. Department of Defense to safeguard against the possibility of communications being intercepted in the event of a nuclear attack.