ON-Lion Letter
In this Fall's back-to-school season, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) in Philadelphia released a video about "The Do's and Dont's of Campus Activism" for college and university student activists across the country.  The video features helpful tips for any college student who wants to make their voice heard.

FIRE's tips include:  know your college’s policies and know your rights; build coalitions; use common sense; document everything; and ask for help.

Students have the right to be heard on campus, and those with something to say should feel free to speak up.  Activists that encounter roadblocks along the way should know that FIRE is here to help.

This video was created by FIRE's 2016 summer interns.  It begin accepting applications for our 2017 summer internships in October.  Additional information on students can get and remain involved year-round with FIRE can be found on its Student Network page.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports FIRE.
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