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2018 Orientation: Zahria Rogers

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Zahria Rogers and Jay Shah (Summer 2018) report on a skills-building music program for young people for their multimedia project during CQS orientation.
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Celebrating Black History Month with NewseumED

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NewseumED’s Making a Change: The First Amendment and the Civil Rights Movement EDCollection explores how advocates for — and against — change in the civil rights era leveraged the five freedoms of the First Amendment. 
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Student Journalism: More Needed Than Ever

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We take note of the great work being done by journalists who happen to be students as we recognize the 50th anniversary of a major student-First Amendment decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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The First Amendment Center Unveils The Quad, A Campus Free Speech Directory

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The First Amendment Center has launched The Quad, a campus free speech directory that identifies those whose primary missions support championing free speech across universities nationwide.
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2019: The Year of the Student Journalist

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This year will highlight the importance of these students and the need to support them and their work.
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Tinker after 50: A Historic Ruling Still Relevant After All These Years

Fifty years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court protected the ability of public school students from Des Moines, Iowa, to wear black peace armbands to protest the Vietnam War, recognizing the importance of student First Amendment rights.
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2018 Orientation: Jayla Jackson

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Jayla Jackson and Kristin Lam visit an early childhood development class in Nashville, Tenn., for their multimedia assignment during 2018 CQS orientation.
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2018 Orientation: Kristin Lam

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Kristin Lam and Jayla Jackson visit an early childhood development class in Nashville, Tenn., for their multimedia assignment during 2018 CQS orientation.
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Bible Literacy or Bible Wars?

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Yes, Mr. President, biblical literacy can be part of a public school education – if, and only if, schools are prepared to do it right under the First Amendment.
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Freedom Forum Announces Sale of 555 Pennsylvania Avenue to Johns Hopkins University

The deal remains subject to all necessary regulatory approvals, and the Newseum will remain open to the public in this location through 2019.
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