First Amendment Days 2018 – Talk Is Cheap. Free Speech Isn’t.
The 2018 First Amendment Days celebration took place April 11-13, and the theme was “Talk is Cheap. Free Speech Isn’t.”
First Amendment Days 2018 featured three days of programming for the Iowa State community and beyond.
- Wednesday: Depth and Dialogue sessions and public lectures given by former GOP Senate staffer Kirsten Anderson and Canadian constitutional law scholar John Whyte
- Thursday: Democalypse March, Feast on the First, Hashtag Mosaic with Photo Booth and a keynote lecture given by Paul Kix, author, magazine editor and Greenlee alumnus
- Friday: First Amendment Workshop, Greenlee School and Kappa Tau Alpha Diversity & Inclusion Awards Presentation and Free Expression through Artmaking
Siouxland Public Media, Iowa State Daily journalists to receive Greenlee School and Kappa Tau Alpha Diversity and Inclusion Awards
The 2018 Greenlee School and Kappa Tau Alpha Diversity & Inclusion Awards will be presented to Emily Blobaum, senior in journalism and mass communication, and Ally Karsyn, Siouxland Public Media arts producer and announcer, on April 13 at 9 a.m. in 169 Hamilton Hall on the Iowa State University campus.