FIRE VP to Address 'Firefly' Controversy on UW-Stout Campus Today
March 28, 2012
by Jaclyn Hall
FIRE Vice President of Programs Adam Kissel will be at the University of Wisconsin - Stout today, March 28. In a public lecture sponsored by the Center for Applied Ethics, he will talk about about free speech on campus and discuss the recent controversy over a UW-Stout professor’s censored Firefly poster.
Fundamentals of Free Speech on College Campuses
10 a.m. - 12 p.m. CDT
Stout Memorial Student Center, Cedar/Maple Room
Sponsored by the Center for Applied Ethics
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