Journalism, Justice, and Activism at Greensboro Bound
Celebrating Banned Books Week at Scuppernong Books
Bookstores Across America, Vol. Two: A Roundup of Ways to Support Indie Bookstores
With independent bookstores forced to shut their doors due to the global pandemic, we reached out to booksellers to ask them how readers can support their favorite stores while… More
[POSTPONED] Knowing the News: An Interactive Media Literacy Workshop – Greensboro
Writers as Witness: Free Speech in a Time of Hate Speech
Writers as Witness: Working a Broad Beat: Freelance and Regional Reporting
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Walking on Eggshells: Teachers' Responses to Classroom Limitations on Race- or Gender-Related Topics
@RANDCorporation report on educational gag orders shows #teachers are self-censoring and restrictions are falling disproportionately on Black teachers.
@PENamerica predicted in November 2021: "These bills will have a chilling effect on the speech of educators." We wish we had been wrong. State legislators: did you want teachers more afraid and students learning less? Because that's what you've created. https://pen.org/report/educational-gag-orders/