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Oklahoma Voices:
Highlights from the Ninth Annual First Amendment Congress (Feb 28, 2008)

Next time on Oklahoma Voices we broadcast two panel discussions recorded last October at the Ninth Annual First Amendment Congress, sponsored by Freedom of Information Oklahoma. The first is titled "Censorship Stories, Then and Now," and is moderated by Connie Van Fleet, Professor at the OU School of Library and Information Studies. Panelists were former Muskogee High School teacher Tobi Thompson, retired Okmulgee High School librarian Karen Morris and Shirley and Wayne Weigand, authors of Books on Trial, Red Scare in the Heartland.

American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom

Oklahoma Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee

In the second half of the program, we hear a discussion on "How to Be Free and Smart on the Internet," moderated by OSU Journalism Professor Joey Senat. Panelists were Center for Education Law attorney Teresa Rose, job placement professional Jim Farris and Amanda Wrede, Coordinator of the First Year Experience program at Oklahoma City University.

Balancing Studentsí Rights: A Childís Right to Free Speech and Another Childís Right to a Harassment-Free Living Environment

Free Speech Rights of Students Ė When may administrators in public secondary schools and colleges restrict the speech of students?

American Library Association: Internet Safety

Safe Blogging Tips for Teens

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