Freedom of Speech

This page features news and research related to topics on freedom of speech at Columbia University.

Columbia Engineering and the Knight First Amendment Institute recently convened multidisciplinary experts to discuss the impact of artificial intel

Lawsuit says ban compromises academic freedom, impedes vital research.

The Nobel laureate and Filipino-American journalist known for her pioneering efforts to protect media freedom will join the SIPA faculty in July 20

Columbia University today announced the 2023 Pulitzer Prizes, awarded on the recommendation of the Pulitzer Prize Board.

Over the past two decades at Columbia University, President Lee Bollinger has sought to preserve and strengthen freedom of expression.

Apple TV launched "The Matter of Black Lives," a three-part series featuring films and commentary by Columbia Journalism School's Jelani Cobb.

The best in television and audio reporting were celebrated in a ceremony hosted by CBS News's Norah O’Donnell and PBS NewsHour's Amna Nawaz.

A senior attorney at the Knight Institute explains why they filed the lawsuit and what's at stake for free speech.

The lawsuit says that the use of malicious software to surveil and intimidate journalists threatens press freedom around the world.

President Bollinger, Jelani Cobb, Natalia Herbst, and Zeynep Tufekci joined in the global event.

After the 2022 Pulitzer Prize dinner, Columbia News reflects on Bollinger's role at the awards and his commitment to free speech.

The Knight First Amendment Institute published a set of Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) memos on desegregation policies and civil rights law.