Travel ban protests at JFK

Muslim Ban 3.0 Halted for Same Reasons as 2.0

The social value of culture comes from its ability to break down barriers of nationality and religion, to show our shared humanity. Today’s rulings reflect exactly that. More

Travel ban protests at JFK

Arts Community Rallies Against Muslim Travel Ban

Thirty arts groups—including PEN America, the Sundance Institute, Americans for the Arts, and the Future of Music Coalition—have jointly filed an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to strike… More

DARE To Be Informed

Gabe Rottman, PEN America Washington director, writes: “Our national commitment to free speech rests on a thin reed: that we can speak without fear..." More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Key first amendment case and travel ban reach Supreme Court, senior CNN journalists resign after story retracted, writers in Turkey face more and more nebulous threats from the state,… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Supreme Court agrees to hear appeal from baker who invoked the First Amendment, Trump administration to go ahead with parts of travel ban. And the White House press secretary… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Violence shakes DC as lawmakers look for answers; arrests made following attack on peaceful protesters outside Turkish embassy in DC; Egypt continues to crack down on news media ahead… More

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