First Amendment Center Resources
The Censorship Archive
The Censorship Archive is searchable database of film, television, music, art, dance, theatre, comics, videos and related media that have been subjected to some form of censorship. The database is an ongoing project of the research department. New entries are added when a censorship incident occurs or when we discover a past incident through our research. Search the database by clicking the ENTER button below [PASSWORD REQUIRED].
Interview Hot Sheets
Interview Hot Sheets are background information and the legal precedent on current First Amendment controversies in the news. The research department has created these papers as a way to help staff prepare for interview requests from the media. View the hot sheets by clicking the ENTER button below.
"Infamous Scribblers" - Plagiarism and Fabrication Scandals in Journalism
Click here for a list of plagiarism and fabrication scandals in journalism dating back to the 1980 publication of "Jimmy's World" in the Washington Post to the present-day.
This resource page provides the researcher with handy links to First Amendment resources as well as links to training resources for journalists. View the links by clicking the ENTER button below.
Electronic Databases & Other Resources
Click the ENTER button below to find links to electronic databases, such as the World Book Online, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Readers' Guide Index, and Facts On File, as well as links to other library resources.
The "Freedom Forum Celebrates" Archive
The Freedom Forum Celebrates program is produced by the Freedom Forum Libraries in conjunction with the Human Resources Department. It is designed for the enjoyment and use of all Freedom Forum staff in recognition of the achievements and historical significance of our diverse culture. Click the links below to access our archive of each event...
Top 10 Research Tips
Need help researching a story? These best practices will help you focus, plan, execute, check and monitor your news research.