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Videos and Podcasts

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.

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Amy Gajda

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 […]

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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, […]

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New York State Bar Association

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 […]

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Jacob Mchagama

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 […]

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Ben Smith, Editor-In-Chief of BuzzFeed News Discusses Free Press Issues

Ben Smith, the Editor-In-Chief of BuzzFeed News, discusses his decision to publish the Steele dossier, a controversial intelligence memo compiled […]

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First Amendment Watch | Ballard Spahr Collaborative Video Series

First Amendment Watch collaborated with Ballard Spahr LLP to produce an ongoing video series to explain First Amendment principles and conflicts. These […]

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FAW Videos

  Floyd Abrams, attorney, author and prominent legal authority on the First Amendment, spoke with First Amendment Watch about the […]

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