The Fight for Free Speech at Princeton and Beyond

Annual Princeton University Reunions Event

May 20, 2022
Princeton Campus

Rebekah Adams '21, PhD student, Carnegie Mellon University, Solveig Gold '17, Senior Research Assistant in the James Madison Program and PhD Candidate in Classics at the University of Cambridge; Myles McKnight '23Princeton Undergraduate; Stuart Taylor, Jr '70, Co-Founder and President of Princetonians for Free Speech; moderated by Robert P. George, Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions and McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University

The freedom of academics and students to think and speak freely, on and off campus, has empowered the pursuit of truth and human flourishing. This freedom is currently being challenged on campuses across the country from people on every part of the political spectrum. What can be done to protect free speech on campus? How can Princeton be a leader in the fight to protect the right to free expression? Join us for a discussion on all of this and much more.

Panelists will include distinguished alumni and current students. Professor Robert P. George, Director of the James Madison Program, will moderate the discussion. 

This event is part of our Initiative on Freedom of Thought, Inquiry, and Expression.

This event is free and open to the public. 

**Please note: Princeton University has recently updated their visitor policy in regards to Covid-19. If you are NOT affiliated with Princeton, please fill out your information on Tiger Pass before attending this event. If you do not submit your information through Tiger Pass beforehand, you will be asked to do so when you arrive.**

Location:

Betts Auditorium - Architecture Building N101