Freedom of Expression


The Board of Directors have been considering a statement supporting the freedom of expression at Quelab. This policy, very heavily based on the statement put out by the University of Chicago, and strongly supported by the Foundation For Individual Rights in Education (thefire.org), essentially says that Quelab won’t impinge on your First Amendment right to free speech, and won’t let others do that at Quelab either.

You can find our draft of this statement on our Wiki. It asserts people’s right to free speech, as long as they’re not threatening or harassing others, or violating others privacy or confidentiality. All educational topics can be discussed at Quelab, and we do not want to stifle that creative and investigative spark.

Please let the Board of Directors know your opinion on this proposed statement, and please give it a good reading and a dose of thought.

Thank you,
Geoff