Throughout the semester students from the George Mason University Communication Department created tactics with the grant provided from the Middle Tennessee State University Free Speech Center “1 For All” campaign. These tactics included posters, handbills, pins, reusable bags, pens, hand sanitizers, and rocks labeled with QR codes to generate engagement. These tactics were sent to the communication department students to share safely with the George Mason University community. Posters and handbills were hung on bulletin boards around campus. The pictures below show the outcome of the students tactics and ideas.
George Mason University’s Communication department received a grant from Middle Tennessee State University Free Speech Center. Due to COVID-19, students were faced with a challenge of George Mason University as a hybrid campus with many classes presented in virtual format and few classes on campus. As shown on the site, students created tactics such as infographics, social media accounts, and more to disperse the message of our First Amendment rights to the Mason community.
Visit MTSU’s “1 for All” website: https://www.mtsu.edu/first-amendment/page/about-1-for-all
The Free Speech Center at Middle Tennessee State University and the George Mason University Communication Department launched the “1 for All” campaign to educate the George Mason University community about the First Amendment. Keep an eye out for these posters around the Fairfax campus and more posts about our campaign in the upcoming weeks.