Speech and debate is one of the most valuable high school activities a student can get involved in. Yet, the activity is far from equal. Well-funded teams can set their students up for success with extensive resources, top notch coaching, and subsidized travel to tournaments everywhere. Millions of students are denied these valuable opportunities solely because of the wealth of their family, community, and school.
Equality in Forensics has a mission of making speech and debate accessible to high school students across the country. We accomplish this through substantive, impactful activism.
Join the community!
Equality in Forensics fosters an active, tight-knit community in the Discord server. Here, we publish announcements, host events, and give debaters the opportunity to network and learn from each other. Read more here.
Equality in Forensics runs a regularly updated Instagram page that posts our blog articles, announces new events and opportunities, and engages with the rest of the speech and debate community.
Equality in Forensics publishes high quality video content to help students learn speech and debate events, get informed on new debate topics, and learn from the best competitors across the world.
Join our Team
Equality in Forensics is always looking for new, dedicated volunteers.
Want to be a writer for our blog? Want to help us create free, online resources? Want to coach underprivileged students? Equality in Forensics is the right place for you. We're always looking for dedicated, talented volunteers who can help us make speech and debate a more welcoming, accessible, and fun space.
We hold our team to a high standard.
All staff members are required to put in work corresponding to their skills and motivations, and are held to an Honor Code. We interview all applicants before they become members of Equality in Forensics. Volunteering with Equality in Forensics comes with commitment - this is not a decorative title.
Read more about our accountability policy.
Have any questions about what it means to be a part of Equality in Forensics? Don't hesitate to reach out to us!