Kids have great ideas, but without the First Amendment, we’ d never hear them. Chloe Olson-Rubiano had an idea… but her school thought it was too controversial. Free speech […]
Yesterday, at the Dirkson Senate Office Building, I met a group of middle students from Cesar Chavez middle school wearing “Statehood” buttons. When I asked them why, 12 […]
What a summer! From Ferguson to the border, from Congress testimony to White House vigils, kids took a stand. I met Rhaine when she spoke outside the White House on […]
More photos from the night here….
So we began — and finished — the “Tinker World Tour” on the same day with a visit to Burnaby Mountain Secondary School, outside Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, organized by the Justice […]
Talk about going out in style! The Washington Journalism Education Association, the Washington ACLU and Mountlake High School, in Mountlake, Wash., just north of Seattle, rolled out the red carpet for us May 1 […]
On Wednesday night in Seattle, as we neared the end of our national free speech and civics education “bus tour,” it was our deepest honor to have dinner and share stories […]