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NNA provides its members with content to reprint or post to websites.

This content includes columns by directors and NNA member newspapers, Freedom Forum Institute's First Amendment columns/ editorials and more. 

First Amendment tablet finds new home in Philadelphia

Mar 18, 2021

The Freedom Forum has donated the 74-foot-tall First Amendment tablet, etched with the 45 words of the First Amendment that once fronted the Newseum on Pennsylvania Avenue, to the National Constitution ...

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You can’t have democracy without a free press

Mar 11, 2021

Despite its flaws, an independent news media that holds government accountable for its actions is essential to ensuring democracy works, writes Gene Policinski.

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Let government know who’s boss

Mar 8, 2021

Read and support your local newspaper. Local journalists, more than anyone else, will stand up for your right to information. Facebook will not be going toe-to-toe with your mayor.

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Faith and belief accommodation at work: more than the right thing to do

Mar 4, 2021

Global data tracking religious affiliation shows a similar trend toward religiosity. The Pew Research Center calculates that religious affiliation in the world will grow to 84% by 2050. This has major ...

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Pastors, politics and power: The struggle for equality for Black Americans

Feb 25, 2021

David Callaway looks at the recent election of Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock to discuss how religious freedom empowers Black Americans when access to other freedoms has been limited or denied.

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Cheerleader’s Snapchat rant tests students’ free speech rights

Feb 18, 2021

David L. Hudson Jr. writes about the student free-speech questions facing the Supreme Court in a case that may be argued this spring: Can school officials punish a student for a social media post made ...

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Free Online Course: The Civil Rights Movement and the First Amendment

Feb 11, 2021

Robert Bickel and Gene Policinski show how the civil rights movement was made possible by the power of the First Amendment, including peaceful protests energized by Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks ...

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A First Amendment case that may be key to Trump’s Senate trial

Feb 4, 2021

As the Senate prepares for Trump’s impeachment trial to resume Feb. 9, Tony Mauro discusses the relation of this case to the 1969 Supreme Court decision that gave First Amendment protection to speakers ...

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2021 Resolution: Make journalism better by improving newsroom culture

Jan 28, 2021

Patty Rhule talks about the launch of the Power Shift Project’s updated Workplace Integrity Curriculum in response to the nationwide reckoning on racial injustice and the COVID-19 pandemic challenges ...

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