After being suspended for hosting a controversial speaker, University of California-Irvine’s College Republicans had it overturned after public outcry.
Topic: free speech
Apparently, CUNY wants to restrict free speech by imposing free speech zones. That sounds illegal and unconstitutional.
In response to pro-life posters that illustrated the number of abortions in the black community, the small liberal arts college condemned the posters (an expression of free speech) and affirmed free speech with some new policies.
The DePaul Black Leadership Coalition, formed in 1996, blasted Milo Yiannopoulos’s invitation to speak at the university, which was disrupted by a local church minister who is active in Black Lives Matter. Have they heard…
John McAdams, who has been fighting Marquette University over them repressing his freedom of speech, is concerned that by settling, it sets a dangerous precedent. He could be right.
That’s classless, to call someone a “pig”: “Two students involved in a February 16 anti-Zionist protest at Brooklyn College received a verbal warning after interrupting a faculty meeting and allegedly calling one faculty member a “Zionist pig”.”
Wow: Judge James Dever approved a permanent injunction against the school, saying that Grace Christian Life was “likely to succeed on the merits” of its lawsuit against the school’s policy that requires a permit before speaking…
Editor’s Note: This discussion occurred at CSU-LA, not UCLA as was previously published. We apologize for the error. At a “healing space” discussion, Cal-State Los Angeles President William Covino said, “I would never” invite a…
Way to go, Governor Doug Ducey. A win for free speech.
Imagine if the speaker were a minority and a political liberal. Would conservatives or libertarians drown out the speaker?