Why Faculty Should Not Choose Who May, and May Not Speak on University Campuses
Articles By: Richard Cravatts
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At a Rutgers University panel discussion in October, “Identity politics: the new racialism on campus?,” sponsored by Spike, “a British anti-misanthropy current-affairs magazine,” audience members began interrupting the panelists with chants of “black lives matter!”…
A student-written op-ed that ran in the September 25th issue of The Daily Princetonian argued that conservatives should not have the benefit of free speech, and do not even have the right to expect its protection.
Long before the hooded, masked, and dressed-in-black Antifa thugs marauded across campuses such as Berkeley, other supposed progressive campus activists had been raging an ideological war against ideas with which they disagreed.
Richard Cravatts, PhD, said that the University of California-Berkeley “repeatedly abandoned its responsibility to protect free speech, deciding instead that it would cave to the totalitarian demands of whiny progressive campus activists”.
Dr. Richard Cravatts, Ph.D., writes about the truth about ‘hate speech’ and the misunderstanding of what it is at the likes of Wellesley College.
Editor’s Note: This piece was originally published at the Times of Israel. When Chester Evans Finn, Jr., a former United States Assistant Secretary of Education, observed in 1989 that university campuses had become “islands of…
Editor’s Note: This column first appeared on Times of Israel. In early December, a bipartisan Congressional bill, H.R. 6421/S.10, the “Antisemitism Awareness Act,” took on a long-overdue task, namely, increasing “understanding of the parameters of…