The president of Santa Monica College urged students to report hate speech but does the warning contain a loophole wherein the first amendment can disappear?
Topic: hate speech
After a female student was expelled from the University of Alabama due to racist remarks in a social media video, the ACLU warned the university that it violated her First Amendment rights.
Some of us become First Amendment absolutists after decades of watching attempts by both the political right and left to find exceptions to it.
In Texas, it’s becoming a real question.
Perhaps students in need of legal advice should go off campus to find it.
University of Maryland students were unhappy after the administration rejected ban on hate symbols, when the administration cited First Amendment protections for their decision.
Two more hate speech hoaxes? A student resolution at Cornell University condemned two allegations of hate speech on the college campus, but it’s yet to be seen if they were made up or not.
Hate speech is protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution, yet University of Maryland students want it classified as ‘cult activity.’
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.
But it’s protected under the First Amendment! A college can’t do that unless they’re ready for legal consequences, so Bellevue College will probably say ‘no thanks’ to this.