The Student Press Law Center and 24 press freedom advocates express concern about challenges to student press freedom at LA City College.
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SPLC commends Florida principal for withstanding pressure, supporting yearbook students
Just a few days after a similar situation at a Missouri high school, the Lyman High School Greyhound yearbook in Florida withstood public public pressure to censor a spread.
SPLC commends Missouri school district for supporting yearbook students’ editorial independence
The Student Press Law Center commends the Kirkwood administration for their courage and dedication to empowering student voices!
SPLC commends PA principal for reversing censorship decision
The Student Press Law Center demands Conestoga High School reverse the recent censorship of its student newspaper, The Spoke.
SPLC secures pro bono help for student journalist assaulted and arrested while covering protest
After LASD officers assaulted and detained Pablo Unzueta, he connected with SPLC's legal team to secure pro bono aid and fight for justice.
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SPLC fights Florida yearbook censorship and promotes improved school student media policies
When school admin attempted to censor their yearbook and halt distribution, The Greyhound staff contacted SPLC for help and fought back.
CENSORSHIP ALERT: Student paper shut down for LGBTQIA+ coverage
School officials at Northwest Public Schools in Nebraska shut down the Viking Saga after the paper covered LGBTQIA+ issues.
Cautiously optimistic: Pushing for full reinstatement of the Viking Saga
Hadar Harris, executive director at the Student Press Law Center, shares her thoughts on updates in the recent Nebraska censorship case.
SPLC prompts Washington school district to comply with New Voices legislation
After discovering Olympia School District was not in compliance with New Voices legislation, the Student Press Law Center stepped in to help.