Colorado Springs, Colo.

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Three Chipsters befriend a newspaper-reading cowboy in Colorado Springs, Colo., in the latest photo in our “Where in the World Are Our Chipsters” series.

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Tucson, Ariz.

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Two proud journalists in Tucson, Ariz., display evidence of their latest accomplishment in our “Where in the World Are Our Chipsters” photo series.
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Newseum Institute Receives Grant to Develop Religious Liberty Education Program

The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

The Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute announced on June 25 that it received a $200,000 grant from The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, based in Jacksonville, Fla. The grant will help support the launch
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After Charleston

Inside the First Amendment

The brutal murder of nine people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17 was a chilling assault on fundamental freedoms guaranteed every American under the First Amendment.
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Luthier Restores Country Legend’s Bass

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The second set of multimedia projects from the CQS 2015 summer class features work by Scholars Beatrice Dupuy and Mozes Zarate, who showcase the art of making and repairing stringed instruments.
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Nashville’s Music Scene Still Recovering from the Flood of 2010

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The second set of multimedia projects from the CQS 2015 summer class features work by Scholars Beatrice Dupuy and Mozes Zarate, who showcase the art of making and repairing stringed instruments.
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Where should we bar the Confederate flag — and not?

South Carolina Statehouse

The court’s verdict is in – and it’s one rooted in the First Amendment, even if the decision is to retire a bit of expressive speech, the Confederate battle flag, from public view.
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Confederate Flag Plates Ruled Government Speech

Sons of Confederate Veterans

Even when you select a specialty license plate for your car, it’s the government speaking, the U.S Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
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Newseum Institute Getting More Social

Twitter

The Newseum Institute recently launched a new Twitter account to engage followers on all things related to the First Amendment. Questions and comments can be directed through @NewseumInst and #NewseumInstitute.
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Sign Ordinance ruled Unconstitutional

Good News Presbyterian Church

On June 18, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated an Arizona town’s ordinance that treated categories of signs quite differently – saying such differences violated the First Amendment.
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