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Marc Miville, friend the late David Pearl, accepts the 2016 Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment award on Pearl’s behalf. Andy Crews, President/CEO of Autofair, First Amendment sponsor, looks on.

Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications Executive Director David Tirrell-Wysocki speaks about the Five Freedoms of the First Amendment.


Donna Green, Timberlane Regional School Board member and co-recipient of the 2016 Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Award.




Claire Ebel, retired director of the ACLU in New Hampshire accepts the 2016 Nackey S. Loeb Quill & Ink Award from Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications President Joseph McQuaid.

AnnMarie Morse speaks of how the First Amendment right to petition the government helped her change state and national law changes affecting health insurance.

Arnie Alpert speaks of how the First Amendment right of peaceful assembly helped him organize educational events, protests or demonstrations to comment on public issues.

NH Union Leader Publisher Joseph McQuaid stresses the importance of the First Amendment right to free press.

iHeart Radio talk show host Jack Heath tells how the First Amendment right to free speech helped him organize many events to help veterans.

The Rev. Jerome Day praises the First Amendment right to freedom of religion.

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