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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. 

PERSPECTIVE: Unpacking cancel culture ⁠— censorship, civil right or something else?

Feb 10, 2022

There’s no shortage of passionate opinions about cancel culture, but there isn’t agreement on what the phenomenon is either, says Freedom Forum Fellow Lata Nott, unpacking how cancel culture ...

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PERSPECTIVE: What if the nation’s founders had been able to tweet?

Feb 3, 2022

If they’d had access to platforms like Twitter, would the Founding Fathers have tweeted their views? Would they have been banned from social media or imprisoned for their posts? Gene Policinski, ...

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Newspaper in Education (NIE) house ads

Feb 1, 2022

The National Newspaper Association put together this ad so that NNA member papers could promote Newspaper In Education in their pages.

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PERSPECTIVE: Reclaiming religious freedom from today’s culture wars

Jan 27, 2022

While today’s culture wars have made the term “religious freedom” divisive and confusing, ensuring this First Amendment freedom for all is key to coexistence in a diverse society, says ...

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PERSPECTIVE: Divided court considers religious exemptions to vaccine mandates

Jan 20, 2022

As the Supreme Court issues mixed rulings on the legality of federal vaccine mandates, Freedom Forum Fellow Richard Foltin assesses how it may consider questions of religious exemptions.

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FIRST FIVE NOW: Are we a Christian nation?

Jan 13, 2022

Is America a Christian nation? Should it be? What does it even mean for a country to be a Christian nation, or a nation of any other religion? These were among the questions Pastor Jim Eaton of Mosaic ...

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GUEST PERSPECTIVE: Free press, diversity and the digital age

Dec 23, 2021

Indian Country Today’s story doesn’t match many common narratives in local news: that local newspapers aren’t sustainable, aren’t growing and struggle to go digital. Editor Mark ...

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Far too little fraud to make a difference in election, AP finds; it allows non-subscribing weeklies to republish story

Dec 17, 2021

Millions of Americans believe the 2020 election was stolen. That's not true, The Associated Press concluded after exhaustive investigations in the six most closely decided states. 

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PERSPECTIVE: Supreme Court shouldn’t make it riskier to scrutinize prominent people

Dec 16, 2021

There’s been growing chatter about the possibility of the Supreme Court revisiting a landmark press freedom decision, N.Y. Times v. Sullivan. Freedom Forum First Amendment Specialist Kevin Goldberg ...

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