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After a career as a nurse working with children, she started devoting her time to something called the Tinker Tour, an educational program that travels the country and teaches kids about their First Amendment rights, because she believes they need those rights. Mary Beth Tinker: So my motivation to talk to ...
It's tough being a liberal Democrat who supports free speech on campus these days, like the University of Pennsylvania's Jonathan Zimmerman. The history professor recently shared his gloom in The Philadelphia Inquirer that he's become a de facto “conservative” in the realm of the campus, where ...

At the National Constitution Center on Constitution Day 2013, she launched her “Tinker Tour” to promote “youth voices, free speech and a free press.” The tour continues. Nicandro Iannacci is a web content strategist at the National Constitution Center. Recent Historical Stories on Constitution Daily.
She will give a public lecture, “Youth Voices for Mighty Times,” at the Iowa City Public Library Thursday, hosted by the University of Iowa Public Policy Center and the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library. The Hoover library also sponsored her Corridor school visits, part of Tinker's larger “Tinker Tour USA” in ...
Students want to be heard on the social and political issues, including issues of local school policy, directly affecting their lives. Their unique perspective is important for adult policymakers to hear and respect. With the erosion of mainstream news media coverage, “embedded” student journalists are often the public's only ...
On Oct. 9 2013, Tinker and Student Press Law Center attorney, Mike Hiestand, visited IU Southeast as part of the Tinker Tour USA, which is a project of the Student Press Law Center. The goal of the tour is to promote youth voices and teach people about the importance of First Amendment rights. During her ...

Tinker will visit her first school Monday in Philadelphia. After that, she's scheduled to travel by RV to 18 states and the District of Columbia as part of what's being called the “Tinker Tour.” She'll log 10,000 to 15,000 miles, the equivalent of driving across the country three to five times, before her tour ends Nov ...
Along with attorney Mike Hiestand, who has helped 15,000 students, teachers and administrators navigate student speech issues over the past two decades, I'm going on the “Tinker Tour” — a bus (or RV) trip across the country to promote youth voices, free speech and a free press. Advertisements.
At the National Constitution Center on Constitution Day 2013, she launched her “Tinker Tour” to promote “youth voices, free speech and a free press.” The tour continues. Nicandro Iannacci is a web content strategist at the National Constitution Center. Recent Historical Stories on Constitution Daily.
She will give a public lecture, “Youth Voices for Mighty Times,” at the Iowa City Public Library Thursday, hosted by the University of Iowa Public Policy Center and the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library. The Hoover library also sponsored her Corridor school visits, part of Tinker's larger “Tinker Tour USA” in ...
“Mary Beth Tinker has also been active, and in 2013-14 participated in a nationwide campaign to promote student rights known as the 'Tinker Tour.' She traveled more than 25,000 miles by bus and spoke to more than 20,000 students and teachers at over 100 stops that included schools, colleges, churches ...
Students want to be heard on the social and political issues, including issues of local school policy, directly affecting their lives. Their unique perspective is important for adult policymakers to hear and respect. With the erosion of mainstream news media coverage, “embedded” student journalists are often the public's only ...
Tinker, a First Amendment advocate, has brought her "Tinker Tour" to Utah this weekend. She planned to address high school students at Sandy's Alta High School Friday, and will be a keynote speaker Saturday at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 9 Conference at the Brigham Young ...
mary_beth_tinker_100pxw Mary Beth Tinker was one of the plaintiffs in a landmark students' rights case called Tinker v. Des Moines Independent School District. Tinker is a registered nurse and education activist. She is traveling across the U.S. to promote youth activism with the Tinker Tour. Read more.
Tinker will visit her first school Monday in Philadelphia. After that, she's scheduled to travel by RV to 18 states and the District of Columbia as part of what's being called the “Tinker Tour.” She'll log 10,000 to 15,000 miles, the equivalent of driving across the country three to five times, before her tour ends Nov ...
Along with attorney Mike Hiestand, who has helped 15,000 students, teachers and administrators navigate student speech issues over the past two decades, I'm going on the “Tinker Tour” — a bus (or RV) trip across the country to promote youth voices, free speech and a free press. Advertisements.
Tenth graders from MTHS took top prize for their short film “Do Not Go Gentle.” Mountlake Terrace High School students were honored this ...

... American flag-themed clothing during Cinco de Mayo, and even starting an educational “Tinker Tour” with the Student Press Law Center.
... * Editor's Note: The Tinker case is featured in the National Constitution Center's 2017 Civic Calendar, which you can download here.
The Hoover library also sponsored her Corridor school visits, part of Tinker's larger “Tinker Tour USA” in support of youth voices, free speech ...
... Beth Tinker has also been active, and in 2013-14 participated in a nationwide campaign to promote student rights known as the 'Tinker Tour.
Students want to be heard on the social and political issues, including issues of local school policy, directly affecting their lives. Their unique perspective is ...
Tinker, a First Amendment advocate, has brought her "Tinker Tour" to Utah this weekend. She planned to address high school students at ...
So, here's to Freedom Summer, and to young people who speak up for a better world. I've met so many as I travel this year with the Tinker Tour.
After that, she's scheduled to travel by RV to 18 states and the District of Columbia as part of what's being called the “Tinker Tour.” She'll log ...
After that, she's scheduled to travel by RV to 18 states and the District of Columbia as part of what's being called the “Tinker Tour.” She'll log ...
The goal of the Tinker Tour is to bring real-life civics lessons to schools and communities through my story and those of other young people.
... American flag-themed clothing during Cinco de Mayo, and even starting an educational “Tinker Tour” with the Student Press Law Center.
The Tinker Tour is an initiative of the Student Press Law Center. ... The Tinker Tour will stop at Rustin High School on April 19th and then at ...
... * Editor's Note: The Tinker case is featured in the National Constitution Center's 2017 Civic Calendar, which you can download here.
The Hoover library also sponsored her Corridor school visits, part of Tinker's larger “Tinker Tour USA” in support of youth voices, free speech ...
... Beth Tinker has also been active, and in 2013-14 participated in a nationwide campaign to promote student rights known as the 'Tinker Tour.
Students want to be heard on the social and political issues, including issues of local school policy, directly affecting their lives. Their unique perspective is ...
Tinker's tour is no victory lap or mere history lesson — the rise of the Internet and social media has created an entirely new realm of student ...
Tinker, a First Amendment advocate, has brought her "Tinker Tour" to Utah this weekend. She planned to address high school students at ...
After that, she's scheduled to travel by RV to 18 states and the District of Columbia as part of what's being called the “Tinker Tour.” She'll log ...
The goal of the Tinker Tour is to bring real-life civics lessons to schools and communities through my story and those of other young people.
The Hoover library also sponsored her Corridor school visits, part of Tinker's larger "Tinker Tour USA" in support of youth voices, free speech and a free press.


 

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