Student journalists from over 40 HBCUs took to the White House press room on Feb. 23 to participate in an exclusive press briefing.
The 2023 Student Press Freedom Day co-chairs reflected on the experience and what they've learned in the past few months in the role.
Student journalists across the country (and beyond) made their voices heard during the fifth annual Student Press Freedom Day.
Join your peers, SPLC staff and special guests Mary Beth Tinker (Tinker v. Des Moines) and Cathy Kuhlmeier (Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier) this Student Press Freedom Day to take action for student press freedom!
SPLC Executive Director Hadar Harris reflects on the growth of Student Press Freedom Day and how it led to this year's celebrations.
A fan-favorite annual event, the Op-Ed Boot Camp is the perfect opportunity for student journalists to take your op-ed writing and pitching skills to the next level!
On Feb. 24 student journalists and national press freedom organizations across the United States stood up and celebrated Student Press Freedom Day. Embracing the theme of “Unmute Yourself,” students and allies across the country did just that. Student Press Freedom Day is an annual nationwide event that recognizes student journalists, raises awareness of challenges facing… Continue reading Students across the US “Unmute Themselves” for 4th annual Student Press Freedom Day
In preparation for the fourth annual Student Press Freedom Day on Feb. 24, the Student Press Law Center (SPLC) hosted a series of skills-building workshops which gave participants tangible skills they can utilize in their work both as journalists and as advocates for press freedom. Get involved this Student Press Freedom Day Student journalists must… Continue reading SPLC trains hundreds of student journalists in preparation for Student Press Freedom Day
Self-censorship causes student journalists to doubt their news sense and question if it’s worth it to try to make a difference.
Join the Write In for Student Press Freedom February 24 @ 8p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT Sign up now The best thing you can do to improve student press freedom in your state is to talk to people in charge. Join us on Student Press Freedom Day for a letter writing party, where you’ll… Continue reading Write in for Student Press Freedom