Richard Kadrey: New York Times best seeling author of the Sandman Slim series and writer for Lucifer and Hellblazer comics.
Robert Williams: Artist, author and founder of Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine.
Mike Diana: Controversial underground comic artist who is the only American artist ever successfully prosecuted for obscenity.
Robert Heide: Author, playwright and contributing writer for The Village Voice, who has the distinction of having written and worked with Andy Warhol.
Popdose: An online Pop Culture Magazine "guzzling wantonly from the ever-expanding trough of pop culture" and revealing their insights to the public.
Robert L. Ross: Editor/writer for Popdose Pop Culture Magazine, writer/photographer for Rock NYC and CEO for Synchronic Entertainment, Inc.
Peter Christian Hall: Author of American Fever: A Tale of Romance and Pestilence, whose written works have appeared in Rolling Stone, The New York Times and The Village Voice. He has also written, acted and directed two movies, The Age of Insects and Delinquents.
Adelaide Literary Magazine: Based in New York, New York and Lisbon, Portugal, Adelaide Literary magazine is a monthly publication founded by Stevan V. Nikolic and Adelaide Franco Nikolic in 2015. They publish high quality poetry, fiction, nonfiction, artwork and photography, as well as, interviews, articles and book reviews by new, emerging and established writers, poets, artists and photographers, in both English and Portuguese.
Cordisco & Sale LLC: A law firm specializing in helping victims of child sex abuse. They have a guide available to the family and friends of the children of sex abuse which helps them recognize signs of abuse, how we can prevent it and how victims can seek justice.
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Any who are interested in learning about or helping abused children can look into the following organizations:
Ace's Connection: A social network that accelerates the global movement toward recognizing the impact of adverse childhood experiences in shaping adult behavior and health and reforming all communities and institutions to help heal and develop resilience, rather than continue to traumatize already traumatized people.
Children's Rights: An organization that works through relentless strategic advocacy and legal action to hold governments accountable for keeping kids safe and happy.
National Coalition for Child Protection Reform (NCCPR): Working to help America's vulnerable children by changing public policy concerning child abuse, foster care and family preservation.
One Simple Wish: Spread love, hope and joy to children impacted by foster care, abuse and neglect.
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If you would like to research First Amendment rights, please contact any of the following organizations:
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): Protecting free speech means protecting a free press, the democratic process, diversity of thought, and so much more. The ACLU has worked since 1929 to ensure that freedom of speech is protected for everyone. www.aclu.org
Freedom Forum Institute: Providing resources to help the public understand how their First Amendment freedoms of speech, press, religion, assembly and petition work, and how they can be protected.
First Amendment Project: Dedicated to vindicating important First Amendment rights for individuals and groups that don't have the financial resources to hire private counsel. FAP is the only nonprofit organization in the country dedicated to providing free legal representation exclusively on free speech and free press issues. www.thefirstamendment.org
First Amendment Coalition: Founded in 1988, the FAc is a nonprofit public interest organization committed to freedom of speech, more open and accountable government and public participation in civic affairs.