Following are additional resources for the CRVE events you may find helpful.
Allen Ginsberg and Howl
The Allen Ginsberg Library Discover audio, video, photographs and manuscripts by and about Allen Ginsberg.
Allen Ginsberg biography and poems from the Academy of American Poets.
Anne Waldman and Allen Ginsberg reading, including Howl A reading of "Howl" by Ginsberg from August 9, 1975. "Howl" begins at 40:15.
Allen Ginsberg, Norman Mailer, Barney Rosset: Their Struggles Against Censorship Recalled
An article by Edward de Grazia of the Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.
Authors: Allen Ginsberg
Biographical information and literary criticism. *ECNet account required
"Howl" and Other Poems: Is There Old Left in These New Beats?
An article about the political culture of "Howl" from the journal American Literature. *ECNet account required
The Beat Generation
City Lights Bookstore & Publishers
from the New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. *ECNet account required
The United States Constitution and First Amendment
Constitution of the United States
Images and transcripts of the Constitution and Constitutional Amendments from the National Archives.
First Amendment Center
News and research about First Amendment topics.
Supreme Court of the United States
The official website of the Supreme Court.
The Oyez Project: U.S. Supreme Court Media
A multimedia archive of Supreme Court cases, including numerous First Amendment cases.
"Somebody Blew Up America" by Amiri Baraka
"Somebody Blew off Baraka"
An article from African American Review by William J. Harris and Aldon Lynn Nielsen *ECNet account required
Contemporary Struggles for Free Expression
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free legal assistance to journalists since 1970.
Freedom of Speech News from the American Civil Liberties Union