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Teen free speech: defending students' rights at school

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A shelf in the National Coalition Against Censorship office library, in New York City. (Annie Correal)

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Rebecca Zeidel researches cases at the National Coalition Against Censorship offices, in New York City. (Annie Correal)

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The National Coalition Against Censorship in New York City fields complaints of censorship from around the country. These files are devoted to school cases. (Annie Correal)

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Books in the National Coalition Against Censorship office library, in New York City. (Annie Correal)

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From artistic freedom to religious liberty and gay rights, the National Coalition Against Censorship is seeing an upsurge in free speech cases in U.S. schools. One such case is headed to the Supreme Court.


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