Tag: hate speech
Inclusivity and Free Speech are Both Patriotic
Let’s take a closer look at how polarizing headlines and false dichotomies about a recent survey of college students flatten the notion of patriotism and simplify the complexity of people’s beliefs about free speech, hate speech, and inclusivity.
First They Come for the Poets
The recent incident in Aurora, Ill., in which a self-described satirical poem by poet George Miller was removed from the library, is troubling for many reasons.
Intellectual Freedom News – 8/18/2017
Charlottesville, Hate Speech, LGBT Library Displays and The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian Approved in Conejo Valley
Milo Makes News Again
How does an intellectual freedom fighter deal with someone like Milo Yiannopoulos? Does the First Amendment guarantee a forum for every kind of speech?
Intellectual Freedom News 11/28/16
November 28th, 2016 – New effort to label books “sexually explicit” in Virginia schools, hate speech in libraries, the right to be forgotten, and more…
Free Speech vs. Campus Safety: the Disinvitation Dilemma
Colleges increasingly withdraw invitations to controversial speakers, raising questions of free speech, public safety and the role of education.