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CQS 2018 Class

Everything you need to know about the CQS 2018 class.
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2018 Blog (Day 4)

A recap of Day 4 of the 48th CQS orientation and multimedia training in Nashville, Tenn.
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2018 Blog (Day 1)

A recap of Day 1 of the 48th CQS orientation and multimedia training in Nashville, Tenn.
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Where in the World Are Our Chipsters: Philippines

A volcano rising from a lake in the Philippines is the backdrop for the latest photo in the Where in the World Are Our Chipsters series.
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2018 Blog (Day 3)

A recap of Day 3 of the 48th CQS orientation and multimedia training in Nashville, Tenn.
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2018 Blog (Day 2)

A recap of Day 2 of the 48th CQS orientation and multimedia training in Nashville, Tenn.
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Justice Stephen Breyer’s Memorable First Amendment Passages

Justice Stephen G. Breyer is one of the more scholarly jurists to serve on the nation’s high court, authoring such thought-provoking books such as Active Liberty (2006), Making Our Democracy Work
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Lesley Visser to Receive 2018 Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media

Lesley Visser

Visser, a veteran sports broadcaster and trailblazer for women in sports media, is the 32nd recipient of the award, which honors lifetime achievement in the media industry.
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These Two States Are Pushing Laws to Criminalize Some Protests

Police at Protest

In the expressed interest of protecting critical infrastructure, these laws are designed to prevent protests that take place on or even near infrastructure sites.
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2018 Chips Quinn Scholars Program Kicks off in Nashville, Tenn.

Chips Quinn Scholars 25th Anniversary

The program, which is the Freedom Forum Institute’s most enduring diversity initiative, provides training and mentoring for aspiring student journalists.
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