Monday, January 30, 2023, 12:00 PM EST to 1:00 PM EST
The First Amendment is supposed to protect the speech of Americans from government interference, and has long been upheld as the cornerstone of our democracy. However, recent history has shown us that free speech is under attack in America. From rampant book bans to legislation that seeks to censor internet expression, the First Amendment is in a precarious place. Join First Amendment experts and anti-Censorship advocates for a conversation about the free speech challenges we see on the horizon in 2023.
Learn more about our speakers!
Lawrence Walters, ESQ heads up the Walters Law Group, an ‘AV’ rated (preeminent) law firm concentrating in Internet law, intellectual property, gaming, and First Amendment issues.
Ronnie London, ESQ serves as General Counsel for FIRE. Ronnie has served as National Chairman and President of the First Amendment Lawyers Association, and was selected to Thomson Reuters’ “Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers” in 2014-2021...
In February 2020, Tracie D. Hall became the tenth Executive Director of the American Library Association (ALA), the oldest and largest library association in the world with over 50,000 members serving library and educational institutions throughout and beyond the US. The first Black woman to helm ALA in its nearly 150-year history
Anna Bonesteel (they/them) is the Strategic Response Manager at Fight for the Future, a digital rights nonprofit known for organizing some of the biggest online protests in history. At Fight, Anna tracks and responds to emerging threats to online speech and digital (human) rights.
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Free Speech and Expression in 2023: What Can We Expect
Time: Jan 30, 2023 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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