Participants reflect on key U.S. Supreme Court First Amendment cases
Cathy Cowan reflects on her high school journalism fight in Hazelwood case
Analysis The former Cathy Kuhlmeier still says today, 'Public school students don’t have enough First Amendment rights.'
George Maynard recalls license-plate ordeal, free-speech victory
Analysis Jehovah's Witness covered up New Hampshire's 'Live Free or Die' motto in 1974; case went to U.S. Supreme Court.
U.S. Supreme Court said no to prior restraints on press 25 years ago
Analysis Attorney who argued Nebraska Press Association v. Stuart, other participants discuss its landmark ‘virtual ban on prior restraint against the press.’
NAACP's Julian Bond speaks on First Amendment and his Supreme Court triumph
Analysis First Amendment still represents key to social progress, says civil rights leader.
Teacher looks back on letter that led to firing and Supreme Court victory
Analysis Marvin Pickering reflects on seminal U.S. Supreme Court case bearing his name that backed public employees’ free-speech rights.
Robert Sindermann speaks out about famous Supreme Court case bearing his name
Analysis 'I learned that the price of free speech is quite high,' says former professor.
Matthew Fraser speaks out on 15-year-old Supreme Court free-speech decision
Analysis 'The decision effectively overruled Tinker,' says Fraser.
Connick v. Myers: Reflections on landmark public employee free-speech case
Analysis ‘I hope I live to see it overturned,’ says litigant Sheila Myers of 18-year-old Supreme Court decision.
On 30-year anniversary, Tinker participants look back at landmark case
Analysis Attorney who argued case before U.S. Supreme Court says case probably would be decided differently today.