University of Houston punished a student for a social media post that included the words, ‘All Lives Matter’, in response to the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement. Rohini Sethi, student body president at the school, not only had to issue a statement, but be suspended for 50 days and attend cultural events as recompense.
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Book Review: Is ‘The Dying Citizen’ a Prediction of America’s Future?
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