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Ellsberg: No leaks more significant than Snowden’s

Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg calls the revelations by a government contractor on U.S. secret surveillance programs the most “significant disclosure” in the nation’s history.

Hudson book on student speech wins honor

David L. Hudson Jr.’s book Let the Students Speak (Beacon Press) is on Choice Magazine’s annual Outstanding Academic Title list.

First Amendment Center in the news

Headlines, links to stories in which our nationally recognized experts have been quoted.

W.Va. senator urges MTV to chuck ‘Buckwild’

Democrat Joe Manchin calls soon-to-air program a ‘travesty’ that portrays his state inaccurately and seeks to profit from people’s ‘shameful behavior.’

This week at the First Amendment Center

Find out about upcoming events and where our experts will be speaking.

This week at the First Amendment Center

Find out about upcoming events and where our experts will be speaking.

This week at the First Amendment Center

Find out about upcoming events and where our experts will be speaking.

This week at the First Amendment Center

Find out about upcoming events and where our experts will be speaking.

National conference explores challenges editors face

Meeting at the First Amendment Center this week, Associated Press Media Editors to discuss a range of news-related topics, including mobile tech, First Amendment, social media.

‘Let the Students Speak’

First Amendment Center’s David L. Hudson Jr. talks to the Rutherford Institute about his work on public school student free speech.

Star-spangled inspiration on Flag Day

The 1813 flag that Francis Scott Key saw is an awe-inspiring sight at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. — on Flag Day or any day.

When a barrier to freedom fell: reflections on the Berlin Wall

Twenty-five years ago, on June 12, 1987, President Ronald Reagan gave the speech in which he said, ‘Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!’

Seigenthaler to speak on Nashville government

First Amendment Center Founder John Seigenthaler will give a speech May 9 on the founding of consolidated city-county government.

Law scholar says Supreme Court communicates poorly

Beyond blocking courtroom cameras, Erwin Chemerinsky contends, justices fail to tell public in advance when they’ll rule on cases or explain why they don’t take cases.

Seigenthalers agree media need accountability

At Middle Tennessee State University, father-son pair join in discussing ‘Living the First Amendment’ and the state of the media today.

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