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Why have kings, emperors, and governments killed and imprisoned people to shut them up? And why have countless people risked death and imprisonment to express their beliefs? Jacob Mchangama guides you through the history of free speech from the trial of Socrates to the Great Firewall. Stay up to date with Clear and Present Danger on the show’s website at freespeechhistory.com
 
On Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, comedian Andrew Doyle talks to people who don’t hold back - people who think it’s better to be honest about what you believe, so differences can be resolved. Today, saying the wrong thing can lose you your job, your friends and even get you in trouble with the law. Unsurprisingly, people are nervous of speaking their mind. They feel they have to self-censor, rather than say what they really think. Andrew’s getting the adults back in the room to chat frankl ...
 
Gen-Z Conservative with his take on the world today, with short episodes that will give you updates on all that you need to know about the week's news! Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-free-speech-bubble?page=1 Follow on Instagram: @freespeechbubble Website: https://adamwcoy.wixsite.com/freespeechbubble
 
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Free Speech Debate (http://freespeechdebate.com/) is a global, multilingual website for the discussion of free speech in the age of mass migration and the internet. Ten draft principles for global free speech are laid out, together with explanations and case studies - all for debate. Prominent figures from diverse cultures, faiths and political tendencies are interviewed and asked to comment through video, audio and text. Individual users from across the world are strongly encouraged to take ...
 
A regular (daily and weekly) podcast and radio show covering current events and personal development. Emotional Freedom Technique, Reiki,Letting Go and Visualisation are all techniques I use regularly. I see reiki and coaching clients in Newcastle upon Tyne and via Skype and Zoom. I am re orienting towards a discussion of podcasting technology,audio technology,and my personal experience as I buy and test new technology as well as more general technology topics.
 
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FIRE’s new Director of Public Advocacy Aaron Terr and the Cato Institute’s Will Duffield join the show to discuss a slew of recent free speech news. California gets it right on rap lyrics but wrong on coronavirus misinformation. One Texas school district repeatedly ventures into book banning. LeBron James spreads “hate speech” misinformation. Is go…
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore speaks with Dr. Forough Amin about what’s happening in Iran after two months of growing protests across the country. Forough is a women's rights activist and the founder of the Iranian Women in NZ Charitable Trust. Forough discusses the dire state of civil rights in Iran, the rigid power of the regime, the i…
 
In an unexpected (but welcomed!) development, Minister of Justice Kiri Allan announced this morning that proposed hate speech laws will be all but dropped. Gone is the threat of 3-year prison terms. In fact, the sole change will be the addition of religious beliefs under a new amendment to the Human Rights Act. Free Speech Union board members Jonat…
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore talks with Daniel Ben-Ami, an author, and journalist based in London. His website "The Radicalism of Fools" https://www.radicalismoffools.com/ aims to develop a better understanding of anti-Semitism and its root causes. Daniel talks about different forms of anti-Semitism from the right and the left. He expla…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, listeners hear from Girls on the Run NYC, an organization that participated in the 2021 cycle of Media Shar…
 
FIRE’s Will Creeley and Aaron Terr join the show to discuss a slew of recent free speech news: What do we make of Elon Musk buying Twitter? Is PayPal fining its users $2,500 for promoting “misinformation”? Is New York trying to destroy Twitch? And do public employees in Charlottesville, Va., need to shut their mouths to keep their jobs? Also, how’s…
 
Nashville-based LGTBQIA+ Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Creative Director, Entrepreneur, Spiritual Influencer and Emotion Coach, Mallory Pacific calls in to the Junk and Jam Hour to talk all about her expansive music career, which spans over 20 years - from discovering her musicianship at aged 12 to becoming a country songwriter in Nashville…
 
Following the shock announcement this morning (Sunday 30th) by Justice Minister Kiri Allen that hate speech laws are back and may be in place before next year's election, Jonathan Ayling sits down with Free Speech Union Council members Dr. Roderick Mulgan and Ani O’Brien, along with ACT Party Leader David Seymour to unpack what this means for the f…
 
Life Brand Strategist, Author, Speaker and the Founder and Queen of the Boss Brand Building Association, Blossom T. Porter calls in via Zoom to the Junk and Jam Hour from Atlanta, GA, to talk all about her mission and dedication to helping other entrepreneurs bolster their business ventures with optimal growth, increased visibility, productivity an…
 
In today's episode of our LOL series, Free Speech Union spokespeople Dane Giraud and Dr. David Cumin discuss the Young Greens of UoA (University Of Auckland) decision to boycott the "Baby Back Benches" debate until a set of specific demands are met. Dane and David pull apart the 7 demands that - while reading like self-parody - cloak a sinister att…
 
Do books need a special editor who reads for offensive content? And who gets to decide what’s offensive anyway? This week we are joined by authors Kat Rosenfield and Vesper Stamper to discuss censorial trends in book publishing, including the rise of so-called “sensitivity readers” and the sometimes successful campaigns to get books canceled before…
 
Jonathan Ayling, Ani O'Brien, and Dane Giraud are our first panel in the reboot of our LOL (Life Out Loud) podcast series. The team pull-apart local body elections and ask whether a low voter turnout can be put down to the multiple campaigns seeking to limit acceptable debate - we get a preview of the upcoming Free Speech Union AGM featuring Danish…
 
Award-Winning Writer and Author, Survivor and Advocate Jenna Ashlyn drops in to the The Junk and Jam Hour via Zoom, to talk all bout her life's work as a writer, which started at the age of 8, and how that skill has helped her cope and find joy after becoming a young widow, and surviving sexual violence and domestic abuse. She also shares how she u…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, listeners hear from Extreme Kids & Crew, an organization that participated in the 2021 cycle of Media Share…
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore talks with Mark White from the US Left-wing free speech organisation Plebity (https://www.plebity.org/). Mark and Daphna discuss how the Left of the past was at the forefront of defending free speech, why that is no longer the case and why the Left shouldn't bet their money on tech billionaires like Elon Mus…
 
Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Storyteller and Expressionist Khalifa White visits The Junk and Jam Hour as a live, in studio guest, to talk all about her upbringing in the church where she first honed her flair for singing and dancing - and her incredible journey in musical theater where she lent her talents in many notable roles, including a tour with…
 
Yuka C. Honda: FairylandComposer and musician Yuka C. Honda reflects on a remarkable musical trajectory, serendipity, and new directions. Widely known for the project Cibo Matto, this program is illustrated with excerpts from a 2016 performance at the Roulette Concert Hall in NYC with drummer Susie Ibarra and electronic percussionist Ikue Mori. Pho…
 
Does the First Amendment to the United States Constitution protect a private social media company’s right to moderate content on its platform?A new ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit says it does not, and that a Texas law preventing viewpoint discrimination on social media platforms is constitutional.The issue is likely bou…
 
In something of a ‘student takeover’ of the Free Speech Union Podcast, university students Adam, Tommy, and Robbie talk about free speech from the student perspective. Tomas shares his experience of the recent Free Speech Union event at Otago University and the discussion gets philosophical as the three discuss the seemingly partisan nature of the …
 
“Should academic journals appoint themselves social justice gatekeepers?”That is the question journalist and author Jonathan Rauch asks in responding to new ethics guidance from the academic journal Nature Human Behaviour. The journal introduces the guidance by ominously noting that “although academic freedom is fundamental, it is not unbounded.” I…
 
In this week's podcast episode Free Speech Union spokesperson Dane Giraud speaks to David Gregory, co-owner of Severin Films, an American film production and distribution company known for restoring and releasing cult films on DVD and Blu-ray. A Brit by birth David deep dives into the history of the Video Nasties (the explosion of low-budget horror…
 
This Saturday, Sept. 17, is Constitution Day. It was on this day in 1787 that delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed America’s Constitution. And while the First Amendment was not ratified until 1791, discussions over the role of free speech and expression in a democratic society were alive long before then. Pepperdine University professo…
 
Welcome to the first of a short series on speech rights in different countries. This week's podcast looks at free speech and civil rights in India, the world’s most populous democracy. In July the Man Booker Prize-winning novelist Arundhati Roy wrote that India’s flawed fragile democracy is a "criminal, Hindu-fascist enterprise that has imprisoned …
 
Episode 10 – Demo DayHanging there in plain sight. If you get us our settlement, we won't need mfaakas. The smallest girl looked no older than twelve. You told her, didn't you? Image stimulation feedback loops known as imprinting. I knew you would be perfect to demo. Tapping her upper arm. A thousand hair thin needles. I was being tickled. It washe…
 
What does a major Mayoral candidate think of codes of conduct? Is there wide support within councils for limiting who can speak in public venues? Where do councilors draw the line between speech they consider free and beyond the pale? And is their input even warranted? On this week's roundtable discussion between a collection of incredibly diverse …
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Media Share grantees and other Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, Listeners will hear from Venture House, one of the five organizations that t…
 
What can Charles Darwin teach us about dissent? What do the professional basketball careers of Wilt Chamberlain and Rick Barry tell us about conventional wisdom?On today’s show, George Mason University Professor Todd Kashdan helps us understand the value of principled dissent: what it is, how to do it, and the pitfalls to avoid. He is the author of…
 
Adam O'Farrill: DizzyingComposer and trumpet player Adam O'Farrill, discusses his illustrious jazz and classical lineage, projects with Mary Halvorson and Jen Shyu, and many of the players who inspired and influenced his work, all illustrated with recent performances recorded at Roulette.https://roulette.org/…
 
In this week's episode of the Free Speech Union podcast, Ani O'Brien interviews our very own Dane Giraud - a screenwriter and experienced documentary maker - on the NZ On Air funding process that produced the recent controversial documentary on the parliamentary protests made by Stuff Circuit -"Fire And Fury". Is the NZ On Air public journalism fun…
 
Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore speaks with award-winning journalist and current Executive Director of the Maxim Institute Tim Wilson on a recent think-piece Tim wrote on abortion and the seeming prohibition against men expressing views on the topic. Join us for thoughtful exploration as to whether identity should ever preclude a person fr…
 
Join us for a recording of the Wednesday 17 August Otago University panel discussion chaired by Peter Williams on how to maintain responsible politics through free speech ft. local list MP Michael Woodhouse, ACT MP Dr. James McDowall, and local Councillor Lee Vandervis www.fsu.nz/join Support the show…
 
Last week, a would-be assassin attacked Salman Rushdie, author of “The Satanic Verses,” in an apparent attempt to carry out the infamous fatwa placed on Rushdie’s life. Fortunately, Rushdie survived the attack. Vice News Tonight correspondent and “The Fifth Column” podcast co-host Michael Moynihan joins the show to discuss what happened, what it me…
 
Censorship often ends up harming those it seeks to protect. This is sadly becoming a near unchallengeable fact when regarding gender treatment, where a contempt for any criticism or position outside of the sanctioned view has resulted in patient harm and the subsequent closure of a high-profile clinic, along with many European countries reversing t…
 
When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion in the United States, many people expected states to pass laws restricting access to abortion services. Perhaps less expected was that some lawmakers now seek to pass laws restricting — and criminalizing — speech about abortion services. FIRE Legal Di…
 
The saga of the Listener 7 academics and their questioning about mātauranga Māori in science continues. In this episode, Free Speech Union Cheif Executive Jonathan Ayling sits down with distinguished Professor Kit Fine, a British philosopher from New York University, who complained to the Royal Society regarding their conduct during the investigati…
 
Ikue Mori: Electric Fairy TalesThe atmospheric sounds of composer, drummer, electronic percussionist, and media artist Ikue Mori, an innovative and influential figure in the global experimental music scene, in solo and collaborative works, compositions based on fairy tales, and stories of an adventurous career from NoWave punk drummer with legendar…
 
In this episode of the Free Speech Union podcast, Chief Executive Jonathan Ayling sits down with Grant Guilford former Vice-Chancellor of Victoria University of Wellington. Jonathan and Grant discuss the First Annual Survey on Academic Freedom conducted earlier this year which highlighted the lack of freedom many lecturers have in their own univers…
 
Did you receive our annual review? It's been an epic 12 months for the Free Speech Union! Join Jonathan Ayling - who sat down with supporters National MP Simon O'Connor, Unionist Matt McCartern, and Barrister Hanne Janes - to recap our year, discuss the ongoing fight for free speech, and why you - and good 'ole people-power - MADE OUR YEAR and rema…
 
Substack — the popular newsletter and publishing service — has made a name for itself by swimming against the current: As many technology companies devise new ways to censor or moderate content on their platforms, Substack made free speech one of its core values and, in doing so, has attracted bloggers and journalists from across the political spec…
 
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