An anti-Trump organization, PEN America, wrote a recent opinion editorial which criticized bans on “free speech zones” in Texas and Alabama and defended the “heckler’s veto.”
Topic: freedom of the press
Journalists are not exactly neutral with the Trump administration, but it is a two-way street. Communications@Syracuse recently asked several D.C.-based journalists, editors and producers on their thoughts on the Trump administration’s relationship with the press….
From Campus Reform: Baruch College’s president has admitted to deflecting and even flat out ignoring inquiries from conservative outlets such as Campus Reform because of “the dubious or unsavory background of the organization.” In fact,…
The ESPN documentary, directed by Spike Lee, interviewed the fired Mizzou professor Melissa Click, whose comments and actions against a student reporter went viral.
It’s a good step to protect student journalists from advisors and high school and college administrators who could suppress their work. Republican Governor Larry Hogan signed the bill into law, which was sponsored by state…
Cecile Richards, president of the abortion organization Planned Parenthood, spoke on the campus of Georgetown University last week. Considering that the Roman Catholic Church is pro-life, this seems like a poor choice in speaker selection….
That’s the latest news to come out surrounding the firing of Mizzou mass media communications professor Melissa Click. But, it doesn’t really match up.
The College Fix has more on Melissa Click’s history of behavior at protests: Newly released video from the October homecoming protest by Concerned Student 1950, the black activist group at Mizzou, shows Communication Prof. Melissa…
The confrontational communications professor, who works at the University of Missouri, was charged with assault after trying to get ‘muscle’ to kick out a student journalist.
He has a point, a governor should not have to worry about specific professor appointments and positions. But, he can certainly influence decisions such as these.