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FIRST PLACE―Mia Carbone, a University of Delaware sophomore majoring in political science and communication, recalls a class discussion about the contentious Kavanaugh hearings and the trepidation of a lone boy. She considered how ultimately voices can indeed be drowned out. Mia is a finalist in UD's second annual Voices Matter audio essay contest, hosted in fall 2018 by UD's Center for Political Communication. Dozens of students took the time to write and record their own emotional essays about the First Amendment. They considered these questions: Do you feel free to express your opinion? Have you been affected by hate speech? Have you ever experienced or witnessed censorship? What does the First Amendment mean to you? How have you made your voice matter? Learn more about the CPC's programs and initiatives at www.cpc.udel.edu.

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