The vice chair of the College Democrats at the University of Wisconsin recently resigned due to social media posts on Twitter.
A Fresno State University professor agreed to pay $17,000 to settle a lawsuit after he erased pro-life chalk messages.
A San Jose State University lecturer published a social media post referring to beating up pro-life protesters. Oops?
An art auction benefitting Planned Parenthood was organized by Kent State University students and faculty members in response to Obamacare repeal and replace efforts by Congress, but it was not an official university event.
California State University-San Marcos officials gave funding to gay groups and pro-abortion groups, but denied funding for a pro-life student group.
Pro-life students at Fresno State University saw their pro-life chalk messages erased and censored by one of the college faculty members.
Abortion activists toured five states and went to eleven college campuses and had slogans such as “I got ninety-nine problems but pregnancy ain’t one” in their push to get rid of the Hyde Amendment.
A Canadian University nixed a pro-life flag display on their campus because it “created an unsafe environment”.
Free speech is still free speech, no matter the platform or issue. A Texas State University pro-life display was damaged when a protester went through it kicking and yelling: The Texas State student who recorded…
Per the AFA Journal, pro-life Catholic teacher Bill Diss was terminated back in 2013 for excusing himself from “facilitating a Planned Parenthood sponsored presentation” in 2012. Diss is appealing the decision by a district court…