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What Republicans Could Learn About Free Speech From Philly’s Hebrew Israelites

I’ve always been a big fan of spring. We as Americans tend to talk reverently about spring because it’s seen as a time of renewal. […]

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Free Speech on Campus, Then and Now

When I attended Philadelphia’s Charles Morris Price School of Journalism, in 1970, America was waging the Vietnam War. Students at that time were either pro-war […]

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OPINION: Diversity Isn’t “Being in the Room” — It’s Whites Giving Up Their Seats

As Philadelphia and the rest of the nation grapple with what it means to be more inclusive, it seems as though some privileged individuals aren’t […]