Watch: Open Courts & Racial Justice
The world will be watching when the trial over George Floyd's killing opens this month. Listen to a panel discussion on how the First Amendment’s promise of public trials is playing out in an American courtroom amid the pandemic.
Dare to Speak: Free Speech in Our Troubled Times
Watch the full video interview between writer Salman Rushdie and human rights advocate and PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel as they discuss today's most pressing free speech issues, including the monopoly of social media giants and the rise in global attacks on free expression.
Panel on How to Safely and Legally Record the Police
Halima Kazem-Stojanovic, an investigative reporter and Justice Studies professor at San Jose State University and the coordinator of the Human Rights Journalism program at SJSU’s Human Rights Institute, hosted a virtual panel on the right to record police in public.
Videos on Free Speech Principles
First Amendment Watch, in partnership with the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, has developed a series of videos for universities to use to teach students about their free speech rights and the principles behind the First Amendment.
Tulane Law Professor Amy Gadja On Privacy Rights
Amy Gadja is a professor of law at Tulane Law School in New Orleans. Gadja, a former TV news reporter […]
Hate Speech on Social Media: Is There a Way to a More Civil Discussion?
First Amendment Watch and ConSource, a leading site that encourages discussion of the U.S. Constitution, hosted a panel discussion entitled, […]
New York Fair Trial Free Press Conference
Every year, the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) convenes a panel of journalists, judges, and lawyers to discuss a […]
Clear and Present Danger: Episode 22: Fighting Words – Free Speech in 18th Century America, Part II
Clear and Present Danger: A History of Free Speech is a podcast hosted by Jacob Mchangama, the founder and executive […]