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The Realities of Free Speech
Check out this interactive virtual presentation about free speech rights and responsibilities on campus presented by Jessica Swartz, WMU deputy general counsel. This is a basic, “First Amendment 101” discussion. Topics covered include different types of speech, how the government (i.e., the University) is allowed to regulate that speech, and how to exercise that speech on campus. Also discussed are the types of speech that are not protected and why. Viewers will come out understanding why we must protect the free speech rights of everyone—even if every fiber in our being disagrees with what they are saying.