UC launches national effort to promote free speech and civic engagement
The University of California will establish the National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement in Washington, D.C., as part of a concerted educational, research and advocacy effort centered on the First Amendment’s critical importance to American democracy, UC President Janet Napolitano announced today (Oct. 26).
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President Napolitano has launched a series of initiatives meant to reinforce this mission and our commitment to honoring UC's historic social contract.
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