Equality in Forensics publishes a blog to give a platform to debaters, coaches, and students to write commentary on speech & debate. All pieces of writing are reflective of the opinions of the individual writers unless otherwise stated.
Classical Small School Debater Tips
Facing Your Fears: Limited Preparation Events
Congress is Boring
Make Hybrid WSD Debate Teams the Norm
Language Based Privilege In Speech and Debate
The Need for Epistemic Humility in High School Debate
A Balancing Act
Leveling the Field
How To Train A Youngling
Student Congress In Virtual Debate
Trix Are NOT For Kids
The Growing Need for Evidence Ethics in Debate
The Problem With Performance Activism in Debate
Recurring Elitism in Debate
Speech & Debate Should Stay Online
Homogenization in Speech and Debate
The Disproportionate Power Held by Team Captains and Coaches
The Impact of Attire in Speech And Debate
How Barriers Continue Online
What's The Deal With Big Questions
Thwarting Sexism in Debate
Discussing Mental Health
Promoting Equity, Inclusion, and Community
In Defense of Progressive Debate
The Art of Adaptation
Stop Debating 'Virtually'
The 'Amendment' Debater
Why Can Lay Judges Be A Problem
Progressive Debate Is Killing Forensics
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