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Emails:

Tell us your story for Student Press Freedom Day!

Are You Ready for Student Press Freedom Day (Feb.26)?

Sample Posts:

Tweets:

For #StudentPressFreedom Day, student media are getting three days of exclusive free access to stream Raise Your Voice, a documentary about the student journalists of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Register now: https://bit.ly/2OPkgHP

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These 21 incredible stories by student journalists stand as proof of the powerful public good that comes from protecting #StudentPressFreedom. https://bit.ly/3k5lF8D

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Join student journalists across the country for a town hall conversation Thursday Feb. 25 @ 8p.m. ET about what #StudentPressFreedom means to you, what you overcame this past year & how we can strengthen student press freedom moving forward. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3aOoVRF

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All this month, we’ll be updating you on activities leading up to #StudentPressFreedom Day (Feb. 26th), and ways you can take action to support student journalists. Stay tuned and learn more: https://bit.ly/3aqAUo9 

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The theme of #StudentPressFreedom Day 2021 (Feb. 26th) is “Journalism Against the Odds” in acknowledgment of the phenomenal news coverage students produced despite being faced with incredible challenges. Join the movement! https://bit.ly/3aqAUo9

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Student journalists, like professional journalists, provide an essential service and should be fully supported as they deliver vital news on issues of concern to the public. Join the fight this #StudentPressFreedom Day 2021. https://bit.ly/3aqAUo9

Instagram Posts:

Note: These posts are written with the assumption your account uses a service to collect multiple links in your Instagram bio. If you do not use a service that allows you to do this, please omit the “Link in bio” language. Just know that Instagram does not allow for linking in captions.

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For #StudentPressFreedom Day, student media are getting free exclusive access to stream Raise Your Voice, a documentary about the student journalists of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Sign up now and watch anytime between Feb. 25 and 27. You can even host a screening with your newsroom or class! Link to register is in our bio.
(Put this link in bio: https://bit.ly/2OPkgHP)

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Join student journalists across the country for a town hall conversation on Thursday, Feb. 25 @ 8p.m. ET about what #StudentPressFreedom means to you, what you overcame this past year & how we can strengthen student press freedom moving forward. Link to sign up is in our bio.
(Put this link in bio: https://bit.ly/3aOoVRF)

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Student Press Freedom Day 2021 is almost here! The theme this year is “Journalism Against the Odds” to acknowledge the phenomenal news coverage student journalists produced this past year despite the incredible challenges they faced.  

Mark your calendar for Feb. 26th and visit the link in our bio to learn more!

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The theme for Student Press Freedom Day 2021 (culminating Feb. 26th) is Journalism Against the Odds in acknowledgment of the phenomenal news coverage student journalists produced despite being faced with incredible challenges in a year consumed by not only a global pandemic, but widespread racial justice protests, a major election and a rise in targeting and censorship of journalists. Visit the link in our bio to learn more and join the movement!

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Student journalists, like their professional counterparts, provide an essential service to their communities. And yet, only 14 states have laws specifically protecting #studentpressfreedom. That’s why we began Student Press Freedom Day. Visit the link in our bio to learn more and take action today!

Facebook Posts:

For #StudentPressFreedom Day, student media are getting free exclusive access to stream Raise Your Voice, a documentary about the student journalists of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Sign up now and watch anytime between Feb. 25 and 27. You can even host a screening with your newsroom or class! Register now: https://bit.ly/2OPkgHP

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These 21 incredible stories by student journalists stand as proof of the powerful public good that comes from protecting #StudentPressFreedom. https://bit.ly/3k5lF8D

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Join student journalists across the country for a town hall conversation on Thursday, Feb. 25 @ 8p.m. ET about what #StudentPressFreedom means to you, what you overcame this past year & how we can strengthen student press freedom moving forward. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3aOoVRF

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Student Press Freedom Day 2021 is almost here! The theme this year is “Journalism Against the Odds” to acknowledge the phenomenal news coverage student journalists produced this past year despite the incredible challenges they faced.  

Mark your calendar for Feb. 26th and visit StudentPressFreedom.org to join the movement.

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All this month, I’m taking action for Student Press Freedom Day, which culminates on Feb. 26. Join me in supporting student journalists: https://bit.ly/3tolqcX

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The theme for Student Press Freedom Day 2021 (culminating Feb. 26th) is Journalism Against the Odds in acknowledgment of the phenomenal news coverage student journalists produced despite being faced with incredible challenges in a year consumed by not only a global pandemic, but widespread racial justice protests, a major election and a rise in targeting and censorship of journalists. Join the movement! https://bit.ly/3aqAUo9

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Student journalists, like their professional counterparts, provide an essential service to their communities. And yet, only 14 states have laws specifically protecting #studentpressfreedom. That’s why we began Student Press Freedom Day. Learn more and take action today: https://bit.ly/3tolqcX