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Protect Academic Freedom

AAA has moved to strengthen its commitment to protecting academic freedom by establishing a Rapid Response Network and activating an affiliation with Scholars At Risk, an international non-profit organization that works to protect threatened scholars and promote academic freedom around the world.

The Rapid Response Network on Academic Freedom, a diverse group of anthropologists with scholarly expertise on academic freedom issues is chaired by anthropologist Marc Edelman, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York. The Network serves as an advisory group to AAA's president, Executive Board, and membership to be called upon as needs and threats arise.

In addition to its affiliation with Scholars At Risk, AAA will maintain its active membership in the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Coalition for Science and Human Rights.

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The AAA is an official partner of the March for Science.

Subscribe to receive advocacy alerts from the American Alliance of Museums, the Consortium of Social Science Associations, and the National Humanities Alliance

Register for the Science Policy Conference and Social Science Advocacy Day, March 29-30, Washington DC

AAA is a member of the National Humanities Alliance (NHA). The following are a series of columns authored by the NHA to provide our members with information about humanities advocacy and how to become involved.

The Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) provides great resources to help social scientists advocate on behalf of their research.

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