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News from Coalition Members
The ACLU was joined by the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, and the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and other religious and civil rights groups in opposing a Bureau of Prisons proposal that would remove some religious texts from prison chapel libraries.
The American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE) released a training guide to help booksellers anticipate free speech problems in their stores.
Catholics for Choice released a report on The Catholic League, which addresses a number of censorship issues NCAC has been involved with in the past.
SEICUS reviews abstinence-only curricula.
ACLU, SPLC file lawsuit against Calif. high school over canceled student newspaper
SIECUS (Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States) has released a comprehensive guide to sexuality education lesson plans.
The ACLU commended the House Judiciary Committee as it considered legislation that would protect journalists from having to reveal their confidential sources.
The National Education Association (NEA) has released an analysis entitled "Academic Freedom in America After 9/11."
The ACLU is advocating for legislation that would cut all funding from the National Security Agency’s illegal domestic wiretapping program.
The American Federation of Teachers is protesting the Iranian government’s arrest of Professor Ramin Jahanbegloo — an arrest that seems to be motivated by hostility towards Professor Jahanbegloo’s political views.