Trump battles protesters for space outside hotel grand opening

Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, a lawyer who frequently argues on behalf of First Amendment rights, said the Park Service had stonewalled her efforts to look at the permit applications but that Trump appeared to be relying on public resources to “sanitize their event from the reality of public dissent.”

NYPD used undercover officers to spy on activists: Mara Verheyden-Hilliard interview on RT

Newly obtained documents indicate the New York Police Department may have committed constitutional violations by deploying undercover officers to monitor peaceful Black Lives Matter protests, following the death of Eric Garner in 2014.


Nothing to See Here: The Counter-Revolution Against Black Lives Matter (Indypendent)

New laws and regulations are being written to stop the public from seeing clearly what police are doing and how police are interacting with the public.

Washington Post: Will a traffic plan at Trump’s new D.C. hotel block free speech?

From Op-Ed columnist Colbert King: "The whole thing would be laughable, a real thigh-slapper, if the danger weren’t so real."

The Kojo Nnamdi Show: The First Amendment Meets Trump’s New D.C. Hotel (Interview)

Listen: PCJF Executive Director Mara Verheyden-Hilliard explains the major free speech battle taking place over Trump's new hotel in Washington, D.C.

Washington Post Op-ed: Win or lose in November, Trump will be a presence on Pennsylvania Ave.

Trump appears intent on expanding his presence among our monuments, memorials and parks.

Washington Post: Advocates go to court in fight to protect protest space outside Trump hotel

“This is the public space. Donald Trump cannot own the sidewalks, he cannot own the street.”