What happens when laws that suppress protests clash with our freedoms? | Opinion
Americans have always held, as a matter of faith, that if they don’t like something, at least they have the freedom to raise hell about it.
Penn law professor faces evaluation by peers for ‘racist speech’
Professor Amy Wax has been accused of "disparaging immigrants, people of color, and women," according to Penn Law School's dean.
No, this isn’t Facebook’s ‘Big Tobacco’ moment | Bruce Ledewitz
When dealing with constitutionally protected speech, the government needs to tread carefully.
The Supreme Court’s free speech verdict in Pa. cheerleader case won’t help declining civil discourse | Opinion
As knowledge about the First Amendment has waned, so has training in this fundamental constitutional right.
How a Pa. case may impact what public school students all over the country can – and can’t – say on social media | Opinion
Can schools discipline students for remarks made online? The answer is not entirely clear.
Does ‘deplatforming’ really curb online hate speech? 3 experts weigh in | Analysis
The question of how effective deplatforming is can be looked at from two different angles: Does it work from a technical standpoint, and does it have an effect on worrisome communities themselves?
How should schools teach kids about the U.S. Capitol insurrection? Six education experts explain
The Conversation U.S. asked six education experts how teachers – and parents – can help young people comprehend, analyze and process what happened.
Are we witnessing the death of reason and truth in American public life? | Bruce Ledewitz
The First Amendment was written by people who trusted reason, truth and the universe We no longer do. And that's bad for our civil debate.