Month: February 2017

Fellow Sophie Gordon talks to two student journalists who stopped by the SPLC booth at the national journalism convention in November 2016.

If you’re a feminist (and you should be), be intersectional

On Jan. 21 — just one day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration — people who identify as women (who I will from now on collectively call women because that is what they are) across the world participated in #WomensMarch(es). Women...

/ February 25, 2017

Now is the time for New Voices

It’s time to cure Hazelwood. In 1988, the Supreme Court handed down a 5-3 ruling that hurt student journalism publications everywhere. The landmark Hazelwood v Kuhlmeier decision determined that school administrators could exercise prior restraint if a school can present...

/ February 25, 2017

Apply for a 2017-18 Fellowship

The deadline for applications to the 2017-18 fellowship class has passed. Come back to this page in February 2018 to apply for our next class! The Student Press Law Center is looking for our second class of Active Voice fellows. Over...

/ February 14, 2017