Presentation by ICE Agent, DOJ Official Shut Down by Disruptive Protesters at Northwestern University

, Spencer Irvine, 2 Comments

So much for a peaceful protest of a presentation by an agent of the Immigration, Customs and Enforcement (ICE) agency and an official at the Department of Justice:

The university has declined multiple requests to answer whether Dean of Students Todd Adams had the authority to invite the anti-law enforcement protesters into Prof. Beth Redbird’s sociology class…

After they showed up at her door, Redbird invited the activists to listen to the presentations and told them they could speak to the class afterward.

The activists did not follow the ground rules issued by Adams and Redbird. They “refused to sit down,” held their signs aloft and grilled Redbird about why she had invited an ICE official, knowing how it might offend or harm undocumented students or those who know people who have been detained by ICE, the Daily said.

 

2 Responses

  1. Duke Lipensky

    May 19, 2017 8:14 am

    Where is my right to hear him out? Do the students control the narrative? Who is running the nut house?

  2. Rudolph Klein

    May 21, 2017 8:35 am

    At the end of the day, Northwestern is a private university, ergo you and I have no ‘rights’ to hear the speaker.

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