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The First Amendment

Presented by The Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, the Division of Journalism at SMU, NBC5 and One Day University.


The first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, known as the Bill of Rights, begin with provisions protecting certain freedoms: of religion, of speech and the press, and of peaceful assembly. This three-part program will focus on freedom of speech and the press and on the right to peaceful assembly.

The third session will be hosted at Interabang Books:

SMU Dedman School of Law professor Bill Bridge leads the discussion exploring freedom of speech and expression on college campuses. What does “academic freedom” properly entail, especially within the context of controversial statements and student protests? Panelists include Kylie Madry (SMU journalism student and TDMN intern), Lynne Rambo (Texas A&M Law School), Michael Lindenberger, Moderator (The Dallas Morning News)

A reception begins at 6pm. The presentation begins at 6:30pm

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Thursday, November 9th, 6:00PM
Event address: 
10720 Preston Road
Ste 1009B
Dallas, TX 75230