[su_header_text]Meet The 2017-18 Fellows[/su_header_text] We are proud to announce our second annual class of Active Voice fellowship recipients. Active Voice is designed both to help diversify the field of First Amendment advocacy and to build a support system for high-school journalists struggling to exercise their free-press rights. Each fellow will design and implement a project of… Continue reading Introducing the 2017-18 Fellows
By Frank LoMonte As an inquisitive tween growing up in the Los Angeles suburbs, Shine Cho regularly defied the family rule of silence at the dinner table. "I always asked questions. I really wanted to know about current events. I wanted to know about politics. I wanted to know who Hillary Clinton was when I… Continue reading “Graduation day” for the next generation of media leaders
Across the country, students are learning new podcasting, blogging and broadcasting skills -- and the laws that may or may not fully protect their right to publish what they want -- in training workshops designed by the inaugural class of SPLC Active Voice fellows. At SXSWEdu in Austin, UT-Austin fellow Nashwa Bawab previewed some of… Continue reading Taking it to the streets: Active Voice fellows in the community
[su_youtube url="https://youtu.be/xhjhDhmFRp4"] The Student Press Law Center's Active Voice celebrates female journalists during Women's History Month. Find out more about these inspiring women at theactivevoice.tumblr.com. Video by SPLC intern Brooke Bean. Music is Prelude by reusenoise (c) 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license.