Herald

Kenosha local activists respond to recent Trump visit, administration’s actions

'We will continue to nonviolently protest to gain justice for Jake Blake ... We have to hold those folks accountable,' Kenosha activist says

City of Madison

(Press)ed for Freedom: As U.S. erupts with protests in wake of George Floyd death, debate on press rights ignites as journalists covering events face police violence

Madison journalists, journalism students weigh in on what current treatment of press means to them, UW professors discuss legal rights

Column

Board of Regents’ ‘protection’ of free speech actually does exact opposite

Integrity of debate, free speech vital to healthy democracy

Column

Blaming personal shortcomings on systemic problems won’t cut it anymore

Why the racial slur scrawled on a student's door exemplifies the importance of personal accountability

Column

Ignorance in activism: Recent climate change protest shows activism can be tarnished by ignorant, insensitive oversight of history

Freedom of speech is vital, but citizens must be cognizant of impact of actions

Editorial

Editorial Board: Free speech and power in a protest-driven era

Campus Free Speech Bill supports those who espouse hate speech more than those who disrupt it

State of Wisconsin

UW experts say Trump’s ‘free speech’ executive order will have limited impact on college campuses

Executive order requires college campuses to protect free speech, but implementation still unclear

Column

First Amendment does not unconditionally protect blocked Twitter users

Brief analysis of court cases reveal the complicated history of First Amendment protection on the public forum

Column

Political integrity is vital to democracy — discourse on Twitter must not be an exception

Politics on Twitter has its pitfalls, but now more than ever, constituents have the power to hold their leaders accountable

UW-Madison Campus

UW professor dives into Board of Regents’ free speech policies

Political science professor Howard Schweber said Regents' decision to use the word 'disrupt' in guidelines is too vague

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