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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 (available weekly) and more. 

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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Post-Capitol riot: Cellphones, selfies – and Orwell

Jan 21, 2021

In response to the quick arrests of the people who ransacked the Capitol, thanks to increasing forensic ability and enhanced surveillance, Gene Policinski talks about how we still need to be wary of the ...

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'What Matters' industry advocacy campaign available for week of Inauguration Day

Jan 18, 2021

NNA members are invited to access these complimentary ads to run alongside any Inauguration Day coverage on January 20 and through the end of the month thanks for our friends at the Pennsylvania NewsMedia ...

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Miles and the Monarchs, the 2021 NIE serial story, is here

Jan 14, 2021

Miles and the Monarchs centers on a father and son trip to see the final game of the 1942 Negro League World Series, between the Kansas City Monarchs and the Washington-Homestead Grays. Major League Baseball ...

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The First Amendment right to protest has limits

Jan 14, 2021

Gene Policinski talks about the limits to the First Amendment and starts by noting that the First Amendment offers no legal shield from criminal prosecution for violent acts, individually or as part of ...

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Protest is how we talk to ourselves as a nation — but violence isn’t protest

Jan 7, 2021

Gene Policinski talks about yesterday's events at the U.S. Capitol as a stain upon the fabric of democracy, and how these actions betray the core principles on which the United States was founded and the ...

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