News & Commentary

Freedom Forum Institute Fellow, Jill Geisler Addresses EEOC Special Task Force

Jill Geisler, Power Shift Project, EEOC

Geisler describes a new urgency and serious commitment to address sexual harassment and create change.
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NewseumED Receives Hearst Foundation Grant

NewseumED, Hearst Foundation logo, grant

The grant makes possible critical education efforts around fake news and media literacy.
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Georgia Supreme Court Declines to Review Free-Speech Case of Public School Teacher, But Justice Warns of First Amendment Overreach

The Georgia Supreme Court declined to review the free-speech case of Kelly Tucker, a public school teacher in Tift County who was suspended for five days for a Facebook post
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Jill Geisler to Address Select Task Force Meeting at the EEOC

Jill Geisler, Power Shift Project

The select task force on the study of harassment in the workplace will convene on Monday, June 11.
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Half-Baked? The Supreme Court Decision on Masterpiece Cakeshop

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The Supreme Court’s much-anticipated decision on the Masterpiece Cakeshop case sidesteps overarching issues of religious freedom and gay rights.
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Building Workplace Integrity

Power Shift Project

An FAQ with Jill Geisler on the Power Shift Project’s “Train-the-Trainer: Workplace Integrity” program.
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Media Leaders to Participate in Training to Combat Workplace Misconduct

Power Shift Project

“Workplace Integrity: Train the Trainers” curriculum provides tools to help teams improve their cultures.
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Bridgestone Arena employees cheer on Predators from their posts

In their stories and video, 2017 Chipsters Fatima Bhojani and Jackeline Luna captured the excitement surrounding the NHL’s Western Conference Final in Nashville, Tenn., in May 2017.
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Excitement builds as Nashville predators advance in the Stanley Cup Playoffs

In their stories and video, 2017 Chipsters Fatima Bhojani and Jackeline Luna capture the excitement surrounding the NHL’s Western Conference Final in Nashville, Tenn., in May 2017.
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Two Federal Appeals Courts Uphold National Motto on Money from Constitutional and Statutory Challenges

The inclusion of the national motto “In God We Trust” does not violate the First Amendment.
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