Hannity Hassle: Let’s Apply ‘the Five W’s and How’

Sean Hannity

If the burning national question of the moment is whether Fox News Channel star Sean Hannity is a “journalist” or not, let’s use the long-held set of journalistic questions to investigate.
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The 2018 Free Expression Awards Left Us Inspired

Last night’s 2018 Free Expression Awards put the importance of free expression and the First Amendment on center stage.
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Podcast: How do you solve a problem like Facebook?

Facebook

Can sites like Facebook censor fake news and hate speech? Can the government make them? And if so–is that a good idea?
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Sinclair: Next time, just put your name to the message

Sinclair Broadcasting aired a poorly-disguised promo decrying “fake news” across its local news stations, drawing sharp criticism from other media outlets who feel targeted.
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Florida State University College of Law Wins Moot Court Competition

The team took top honors at this year’s Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Moot Court Competition.
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Students Made Noise and Put the Best of the First Amendment on Display

Thousands of people and Newseum visitors put their First Amendment freedoms in action during the March for Our Lives weekend.
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Dear interns, we’re sorry. We should have warned you about sexual harassment.

Interns are vulnerable to sexual harassment at work but we didn’t warn them about it. The #MeToo movement showed us our mistake and we’re changing.
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Podcast: Diversity in the Newsroom

Gene Policinski talks with the Women’s Media Center about their recent report on the status of women of color in the American media.
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Are high schools teaching students to devalue free speech?

When high school students are threatened and punished for using their First Amendment rights, is it any wonder they show intolerance of free speech as they enter college?
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Ten Ethics Lessons From the #MeToo Movement in Media — and Beyond

Power Shift Project

Jill Geisler, Newseum Institute fellow and leader of the Power Shift Project, on the mistakes that enable sexual misconduct in the workplace.
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