ADF Center for Academic Freedom Staff
Why the University Must Be a “Marketplace of Ideas”
The willingness to admit that you may be wrong and actually consider an alternate point of view is exceedingly rare, but increasingly important. In a culture of “alternative facts” and claims of “fake news,” we are no longer healthy skeptics. We are cynics. And rather than listen to another point of view, more often than […]
Meet 4 college students giving us hope for the future of free speech
The ADF Center for Academic Freedom has the opportunity to represent many students who stand up for their constitutional rights on campus.
These troubling studies show why it’s important that students understand the Constitution
After all, shouldn’t students know the founding document of our own country?
Know your rights on campus
With the help of the ADF Center for Academic Freedom, your courage can pave the way for thousands of other university students, faculty, and staff members across the country.
Universities were trying to exclude religious ‘dogma’ long before Senator Feinstein
Religious discrimination is not new. And discrimination against religious speech has been unfortunately common on college campuses.
How students can become #FreedomWoke as they head back to campus
It’s that time of year again. Review your school’s speech policies and understand how your school might be regularly violating your rights.
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.