Is your school asking you to give away your First Amendment rights?
ADF provides free legal assistance to college students who are willing to take a stand for their rights. Here’s why.
Throwback Thursday: One student’s stand against the ‘pyramid of hate’
With universities using restrictive speech policies and practices to silence their students, it’s important that students are willing to stand for their constitutional rights.
This lawsuit against a Michigan College student should arrest the country’s attention
ADF is representing individuals who were handcuffed and arrested for distributing U.S. Constitutions along an outdoor sidewalk at Kellogg Community College in Michigan.
We can do two things in the face of intimidation of free speech. One, speak out anyway, finding the courage and grace to persist against censorship. And two, teach our children to do the same.
How five YAF chapters have defended student rights on campus
By helping to challenge unconstitutional policies on college campuses, YAF is ensuring that university officials uphold the Constitution.
The state of free speech on California state campuses
Shutting down free speech seems to be a growing epidemic on university campuses across the country. California universities, in particular, have a less-than-stellar track record.
Students must understand their beliefs and their rights to make a difference
The first step to changing the culture on your campus is to both understand and communicate conservative ideas well.
One student’s stand results in elimination of restrictive speech zone policy
It’s good to know that there are courageous students out there taking a stand for their rights and positively affecting their campuses as a result.
UW-Eau Claire revises unconstitutional policy in response to ADF lawsuit
UW-Eau Claire is taking the necessary steps to restore First Amendment protections on campus. Let’s hope the University of Wisconsin System has learned its lesson.
Three reasons my student group is suing my school
At CSUSM, it’s clear that university officials are more interested in promoting certain viewpoints than others.