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Our Partnering Organizations keep good company. Here are some of the groups that participated in 2015.
Click to watch the winning TV spot in the 2016 NABEF & BEA Freedom of Speech PSA student contest: "Protect Our Future" by Felicia Tonga of Andrews University. See the other winning entry and learn more about this annual contest on the NABEF website. Great job, Felicia!
Looking to schedule a speaker for FSW '16? The Media Law Resource Center (MLRC) Institute can help. Through their First Amendment Speakers Bureau, a speaker can be arranged at no cost to you. Learn more.
Looking to schedule a speaker for FSW '15? The Media Law Resource Center (MLRC) Institute can help. Through their First Amendment Speakers Bureau, a reporter, editor or media lawyer can conduct a presentation at your organization or school at no cost to you. Learn more here.
Speech is often visual. Learn more about the "Freedom of Speech" mixed media series created by artist Everett Spruill.
Click to listen to "The Right to Photograph & Record in Public" hosted by the NPPA in recognition of FSW '15. Hear perspectives from panelists such as award-winning photojournalist Mannie Garcia; John Verdi, the Director of Privacy Initiatives at the U.S. Dept. of Commerce and First Amendment attorney Chuck Tobin on general constitutional questions (i.e. search and seizure) as well as practical advice regarding best way to handle such situations.
Click to hear "Voice Your Freedom" - the winning radio spot in the 2015 NABEF Freedom of Speech PSA student contest by Taylor Mefford, Texas A&M University - Commerce. See the other winning entries on the NABEF website. Congratulations, Taylor!
Click to learn more about the Foundational for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) Stand Up for Speech Project on their website.