#Ferguson, #FirstAmendment

Ferguson October

Something more than fires and rage has been sparked in the streets of Ferguson. The First Amendment, like the city, is now a rallying cry and a hashtag for protesters exercising their rights to peaceably assemble and to petition the government.
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News in the Time of Ebola

Michel duCille

Three-time Pulitzer Prize winner and Washington Post photojournalist Michel duCille spent September in Monrovia, Liberia, chronicling the effects of the Ebola virus on the country and its people.
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Law, History Support Arrested Reporters

Octavio Gomez

Wesley Lowery and Ryan Reilly, the Washington Post and Huffington Post reporters who were arrested Aug. 13 in Ferguson, Mo., while covering the bloody protests in that St. Louis suburb, have history and the law on their side.

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Tributes for John Seigenthaler

John Seigenthaler and Robert F. Kennedy

Family, friends and colleagues of John Seigenthaler remember the civil rights and First Amendment icon who died July 11, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.
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Remembering John Seigenthaler

John Seigenthaler

The Freedom Forum and Newseum mourn the loss of John L. Seigenthaler, veteran newspaper editor and publisher, author, and founder of the Newseum Institute’s First Amendment Center. Seigenthaler died July 11, 2014, in his hometown of Nashville, Tenn. He was 86.
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