DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Violence in Charlottesville, and White House's false equivalences, cause outrage across America; Sinclair Broadcasting Group's merger with Tribune would give it access to TV markets in swing states and… More

History, Hatred, and Hope: Writers on Charlottesville

For centuries, writers have helped us process and understand the most difficult, controversial, and heated moments in our history, as well as their historical influences and future trajectories. Today,… More

Out and Out

I marveled at my weightlessness and wondered why my father hadn’t stayed here in Spain when he’d first escaped Libya…where you could swim out and out and never sink. More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Trump doubles down on North Korea, Google cancels town hall after employees targeted in online harassment campaign, Russia sentences journalist to prison on extremism charges, and more in free… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Lawsuit filed against Trump's transgender military ban, Senator Warren opposes Israel Anti-Boycott Act, and China and Russia go further in restricting internet freedom. More


There is nothing in any manual instructing you how to defend yourself against a dog with inflatable ears. More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

President Trump delivers threatening 'fire and fury' words about North Korea to reporters, the British Parliament is reconsidering Rupert Murdoch's anticipated purchase of Sky News following Seth Rich scandal,… More

Rereading & Rewriting Crime

We can respond to this crisis as a literary community by centering and seriously considering the work that casts prison, prisoners, and the prison state/industry in new light. More

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We don’t want to remember December 14, 2017 as the day the internet began to go dark.

PEN America has been at the forefront of petitioning, protesting and pressing to keep the internet open. We have only just begun to fight—the next battlegrounds will be in Congress and the Court.

We won’t stop until a free and open internet has been secured for everyone who thinks, explores, and creates.

Support us as we double down for digital freedom.