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Guide to Writing Legislators in Support of The Academic Bill of Rights · 07 February 2006

Filed under: New York

The following instructions were put together as a guide to instruct supporters of S6336, the New York State version of the Academic Bill of Rights, how to write to the Chair and members of the New York Senate Higher Education Committee in support of the bill.

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"A Million Mogadishus" 101 · 05 February 2006

By Chris Kulawik - Columbia Spectator

By Chris Kulawik--Columbia Spectator--02/06/06

It's funny how Columbia works: call for the deaths of 18 million Americans, get your own lecture.

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AAUP Opposes Academic Bill of Rights in NY · 25 January 2006

Filed under: New York

The AAUP tells its members to take political action to prevent students from knowing their First Amendment rights.

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New York Academia vs. the Academic Bill of Rights · 22 January 2006

By C. de Russy and M. Langbert and P. Orenstein - FrontPageMag.com
Filed under: New York, Press Coverage

The fight for academic freedom expands in New York State.

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Academic Bill of Rights in the Empire State · 17 November 2005

By Mitchell Langbert and Phil Orenstein - FrontPageMag.com
Filed under: New York, Press Coverage

The battle for academic freedom is far from over

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Radical Rashid · 07 November 2005

By Martin Kramer--Sandstorm--11/07/05

A journal called the Radical History Review, published by the Radical Historians' Organization, Inc. (!), has just published an interview with Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor at Columbia University.

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Professors Worried; Bill May Limit Speech · 03 November 2005

By Vincent Congello - Binghampton U. Pipe Dream

By Vincent Congello--Binghampton U. Pipe Dream--11/01/05

A Binghampton U. forum on the Academic Bill of Rights demonstrates precisely why it's needed.

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Vassar Bans Conservative Student Organization · 26 October 2005

By Andrew Walden - Moonbat Central
Filed under: New York

By Andrew Walden--Moonbat Central--10/24/05

And the excuse they are using has to do with the scheduling of an event on free speech.

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CUNY's Chancellor Enters Fray Over Academic Freedom · 23 October 2005

By Jacob Gershman - The NY Sun
Filed under: New York

By Jacob Gershman--The NY Sun--10/17/05

The chancellor of the City University of New York entered one of the most hotly discussed debates in academia, saying the scope of academic freedom protections should be extended not just to faculty members but to their critics as well.

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Readers Respond to Column on Academic Bill of Rights · 19 October 2005

By Steven Zaleski - New York Teacher

By Steven Zaleski--New York Teacher--10/20/05

One of Dick Iannuzzi's first New York Teacher columns after his election as president of New York State United Teachers reflected on the perils of the "Academic Bill of Rights."

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