Students upset about pro-Trump chalk messages at Emory University make headlines.
Trump Aims to Sue Journalists "Like You've Never Got Sued Before" Right Wing Watch reports Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump fired up supporters at a rally with a call to undo the First Amendment: “One of the things I’m going to do if I win, and I hope I do and we’re certainly leading, is I’m […]
A local businessman wants a Florida city council to bar performances in a publicly-owned theater that he deems inappropriate.
Two college presidents have decided that speakers selected by students should not appear on campus.
The video, as it was intended to do, has sparked a lively debate. Shouldn’t a school seek to nurture that discussion instead of stifling it?
At Franklin County High School in Tennessee, some students and parents are outraged by the very existence of the Gay-Straight Alliance.
Sometimes the real threat to free speech doesn’t come from campus activists but administrators.
Complaints from a few parents have apparently canceled a Connecticut high school’s performance of ‘American Idiot.’
Two new bills are designed to empower ideologically-driven activists to shape what is taught in Florida’s classrooms.
Are young people not so hot on free speech these days? Maybe. But it’s not a new thing, and it’s not just young people.
Did a dispute over phallus props in a theater production cost an adjunct professor his job?
“I love that child… she’s the one I write for.”
As protests rock several campuses, free speech rights seem to be up for debate. But there is no reason that equality and free speech should be considered opposing values.
On November 3 free speech defenders packed the house at New York’s Tribeca 360 for NCAC’s annual gala. The event honored acclaimed author Lois Lowry, writer and human rights activist Larry Siems, and the team behind And Tango Makes Three.
A book fair won’t carry a new Captain Underpants book, because one of the characters is gay.
What’s happening in the Garden State? Right after Banned Books Week, we saw two efforts to remove books from public schools.
NCAC joins groups in supporting the PRIDE Act, which would improve record-keeping of police-involved shootings around the country.
NCAC responds to a newspaper editorial arguing that removing books from a school because they offend one parent is “common sense.”
Artists continue to struggle with Facebook’s inconsistent policies on human nudity.