So to Speak

So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast by Nico Perrino and FIRE takes an uncensored look at the world of free expression through personal stories and candid conversations.

Clear and Present Danger: A History of Free Speech

Why have kings, emperors, and governments killed and imprisoned people to shut them up? And why have countless people risked death and imprisonment to express their beliefs? Jacob Mchangama guides you through the history of free speech from the trial of Socrates to the Great Firewall.

The First Five 

Can your boss fire you because of your political views? Can a journalist publish stolen information? Can a university ban a controversial speaker? Learn the answers to these questions and more by listening to The First Five. Hosts Lata Nott and Gene Policinski talk to the experts and cut through the jargon to explain how the five freedoms of the First Amendment work, and what you can do to protect them.

Think About It

Think About It by Uli Baer, Professor of Comparative Literature, German, and English at New York University engages today’s leading thinkers in conversations about powerful ideas and how language can change the world.

Conversations at the Schoolhouse Gate: The New Voices Podcast

Student journalism matters. This New Voices podcast is a resource provided by JEA’s Scholastic Press Rights Committee (jeasprc.org) to keep advisers and scholastic journalism staffs informed about the campaign and issues related to student press rights coast to coast.

Make No Law 

The Make No Law podcast explores the background of important First Amendment cases and the personalities and history that led to them. Join Ken White, First Amendment litigator and lawblogger at Popehat.com, as he interviews some of the people behind America’s most important free speech cases.

We The People 

National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen hosts “We The People,” a weekly balanced conversation with leading scholars of all viewpoints on contemporary and historical topics about the United States Constitution.

Amicus | Law, Justice, and the Courts

A show about the law, and the nine Supreme Court justices who interpret it for the rest of America by Dahlia Lithwick