Hillary Davis, SPLC’s New Voices Advocacy and Campaign Organizer, sits down and walks us through the New Voices movement in 2020. Find out what’s happening in your state and how you can get involved. Full Transcript Joe Severino: In January, state legislatures across the country will meet for the start of their 2020 lawmaking sessions,… Continue reading New Voices 2020 preview
A student photojournalist at Tufts University was arrested Tuesday and charged with disturbing the peace while he was on assignment at a Boston rally where students protested a grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
A Framingham State University student plans to file a Title IX complaint against campus police after officers “threatened” her during an investigation into cyberbullying allegations.
Massachusetts is considering proposed legislation that if enacted, would establish a reporter’s privilege for the state’s high school, college and professional journalists.
Student editors at Framingham State’s weekly newspaper have reported vandalism of nearly a fifth of its print circulation, a protest of the controversial placement of two front-page articles.
In the wake of a blow-up over content in its student newspaper, Bridgewater State University’s president reportedly ousted the newspaper’s faculty adviser.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed the state's anti-bullying bill into law on Monday in an effort to keep students safe in schools, but language in the new law has the potential to chill students' constitutionally protected free speech.
A federal free-speech lawsuit between aformer Hudson High School student and the district settled almost three yearsafter administrators censored a conservative club's posters, the RutherfordInstitute announced today.
Students at Amherst Regional MiddleSchool today received a delayed copy of this month's Chestnut StreetJournal after administrators and students resolved issues over a studentpoll school officials alleged was flawed.
MASSACHUSETTS -- Tufts University's administration announced Monday it had overturned a decision banning a student journal from running unsigned editorials. In a separate statement, President Lawrence Bacow said the private school in the future will behave as though it were bound by the First Amendment.