Conservative Students Stopped from Protesting ‘Social Justice Week’

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Free speech is subjective at Regis University? The university is alleged to have shut down the freedom of speech of conservative students, who protested the university’s ‘Social Justice Week,’ per Campus Reform:

Alexander Beck, president of the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at Regis, told Campus Reform that he and fellow group members were holding a “Social Justice Bake Sale” on March 16 to protest the school’s “Social Justice Week” by selling baked goods at lower prices to students with more “oppressed” backgrounds.

According to Beck, the group was interrupted by Dean of Students Diane McSheehy, who claimed that the event was a “demonstration” that had not received approval and “demanded” to discuss the situation privately “in her office,” where the students were not permitted to record the conversation.