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New York high school won’t accept pro-freedom student club

Harrison High School recognizes 33 different clubs but repeatedly denied conservative group access to resources, ability to recruit members Wednesday, June 03, 2020 HARRISON, N.Y. – Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter Tuesday to officials with Harrison Central School District after they refused to officially recognize a conservative student club. The letter explains that the refusal to recognize […]

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Apodaca v. White

Apodaca v. White

California State University–San Marcos officials have funded pro-abortion and other favored views with almost $300,000 in mandatory fees charged of all students, but denied Students for Life $500 in funding to host a visiting speaker on “Abortion and Human Equality” to provide a contrasting view. Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a federal lawsuit, on behalf of Students for Life and its campus president, Nathan Apodaca, who are prevented from bringing pro-life speakers to campus under the university’s discriminatory funding policies.

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A Tale of Two Colleges: How One Community College in Oregon Is Silencing Student Speech

A Tale of Two Colleges: How One Community College in Oregon Is Silencing Student Speech

By Danielle Bliven posted on: May 6, 2020 As a sophomore at Patrick Henry College in Virginia, I value the opportunity to sharpen my own beliefs through hearing and discussing different perspectives on campus. Thankfully, my college upholds the First Amendment rights of its students—as it should. I am encouraged not to suppress my beliefs but to […]

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ADF sues Univ. of N. Texas on behalf of math professor fired for joke about ‘microaggressions’

Department head said he didn’t agree with professor’s views, fired him immediately without following university’s own procedures SHERMAN, Texas – Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed suit in federal court Thursday on behalf of a University of North Texas professor in Denton fired for criticizing flyers about “microaggressions” that someone left anonymously in the mathematics department’s […]

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