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Recognizing a Civil Rights Landmark

Fifty years ago today — Jan. 14, 1963 — the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated a Virginia law that was being used to quash the work of the National Association for
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Black History Month: remembering Angelo Herndon

During Black History Month, we should remember those who had the courage to face government opposition — even imprisonment — for their convictions. Imagine, for example, the bravery of a
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Justice Souter and the First Amendment

This article is part of an online symposium on the First Amendment Center Online titled Justice Souter & the First Amendment. Justice David Hackett Souter — a man who rose
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Commemorating landmark free-association victory

Fifty years ago today on June 30, 1958, the Supreme Court issued a ruling vitally important to the civil rights movement and First Amendment jurisprudence. That day, the high court
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