Why do African American perspectives matter when discussing religious freedom?
Online platforms and social media sites are free to set their own practices and rules on what we do see or post, but a proposed Arizona House bill ” related to access to online content” could change that.
“Getting it right” is one reliable defense for a free press in today’s media world against critics who often base objections and critiques more on political differences than factual error.
The U.S. Department of Education announced a number of proposed rules and guidance related to religion and public schools last week on National Religious Freedom Day. Predictably, headlines focused on what the guidance means for students’ right to pray.
There are some things that are obviously First Amendment issues and there are others that just as obviously aren’t.