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When IL yearbook student editors Sakura Honda and Hannah Sawyer faced censorship threats over LGBTQIA+-related content, they fought back.
Student journalists Dani Klein and Ethan Schenker at Walt Whitman high school investigate an uptick in antisemitic incidents at their school.
After LASD officers assaulted and detained Pablo Unzueta, he connected with SPLC's legal team to secure pro bono aid and fight for justice.
When school admin attempted to censor their yearbook and halt distribution, The Greyhound staff contacted SPLC for help and fought back.
District officials face a lawsuit for shutting down the Viking Saga student newspaper after the paper ran stories addressing LGBTQIA+ issues.
After discovering Olympia School District was not in compliance with New Voices legislation, the Student Press Law Center stepped in to help.
The Student Press Law Center defended student journalists & their adviser against unlawful censorship, resulting in a win for student press freedom.
SPLC spoke with Brennan Eberwine, a New Voices Student Leaders Institute participant, about press freedom advocacy and Kentucky New Voices.