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The First Five

By First Amendment Center of the Freedom Forum Institute

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Description

Can your boss fire you because of your political views? Can a journalist publish stolen information? Can a university ban a controversial speaker? Learn the answers to these questions and more by listening to The First Five. Hosts Lata Nott and Gene Policinski talk to the experts and cut through the jargon to explain how the five freedoms of the First Amendment work, and what you can do to protect them.

Customer Reviews

Mele Moniz

Lata Nott, the host of the First Five, has created a podcast that flows effortlessly and offers new insight into First Amendment topics seldom discussed. With only one episode thus far, I already see the potential that this podcast has to offer to First Amendment scholars and the world.

Crucial knowledge delivered in a friendly way

This is an excellent podcast for these times. Lata is a warm and friendly host, and her guests are experts in the First Amendment. Whether you know a little or a lot about your rights, you'll get something useful and interesting from the episode

Excellent podcast

The two episodes I've listened to have been great. Interesting and important subject matter (now more than ever) with an engaging host. Definitely recommended.

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