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Free Expression Statements: Why and How

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Clear and robust statements and policies about free expression on campus can nourish a healthy civic climate among students, faculty, and administrators alike. What goes into drafting the most effective guidelines for free expression on campus? Who should these processes include?

This event is co-hosted by BPC and PEN America as part of PEN America’s series, The Common Room.


Featured Participants

Ronald A. Crutcher
President, University of Richmond; Member, Academic Leaders Task Force on Campus Free Expression, BPC

Jacqueline Pfeffer Merrill
Director, Campus Free Expression Project, BPC

Ben Trachtenberg
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Isidor Loeb Professor of Law, University of Missouri School of Law

Moderated by

Jonathan Friedman
Campus Free Speech Program Director, PEN America

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