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DARE To Be Informed

Weekly round-up of pressing threats and notable goings-on in free expression in the United States and around the world. More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Access to White House press briefings continues to narrow, ED Suzanne Nossel on the necessary distinction between offensive speech and violence, and more in free expression from the U.S.… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Greg Gianforte sworn in after pleading guilty to bodyslamming journalist; Murray Energy sues John Oliver after segment on Last Week Tonight; incoming Hong Kong leader says she will defer… More

Lessons Out of Crisis

Part of the important, enduring tradition of Pride is the community’s insistence on creative disruption…We bring forward demonstrations of joy, grief, and rage particular to LGBTQ experience. More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

White House finds few are interested in the press secretary role; secrecy abounds in drafting Senate Republicans' healthcare legislation; Mexican government's misuse of spyware to target journalists and critics… More

HUNGARY: New NGO Law Will Have Chilling Effect on Freedom of Expression

This statement originally appeared on PEN International's website: http://www.pen-international.org/newsitems/hungary-new-ngo-law-will-have-chilling-effect-on-freedom-of-expression/  Hungary Hungary’s new law imposing new restrictions on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is an attack on the rights to freedom of expression and association… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

U.S. Supreme Court rules on two First Amendment cases, Georgia 6th candidates bar unfavorable media from events; cyberwar in Ukraine, and more in free expression news from the United… More

The PEN Ten with Sarah Schulman

The arresting officer testified that I said, 'Ladies should be able to choose.' I think that the idea of a woman's life being a human life was too complex. More

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