A survey conducted by UW-Stout’s Menard Center for Public Policy and Service found that 57% of students felt they could not express their personal views on controversial subjects in classes at the University of Wisconsin, WND reports. The survey of over ten thousand students at 13 of the university’s campuses also found that 37% felt pressured to agree with their professor’s opinions on controversial subjects. When asked why they were hesitant to express their personal opinions: READ: Survey: 57% of students afraid to express views in class
A survey of Canadian university professors conducted by Leger on behalf of the Bay Observer uncovered some disturbing results. It seems that they are functioning as little more than morbid re-education camps popularized by communist regimes. The Bay Observer explains: We conducted a survey from March 3 to 17 (administered by Leger) with the aim of understanding how the general public and professors themselves think about the role of universities and university professors in Canada today. Our survey shows that Canadian universities are seriously deficient in viewpoint diversity and have instead become politically homogenous institutions. Professors vote overwhelmingly for parties of the left and 88 percent self-identity as left-leaning, with only 9 percent voting for conservative parties (compared to 38 percent more generally). Further, it seems as though political skew is increasing in Canadian universities but a lack of good data prevents us from seeing by how much.[…] When we asked if professors would be worried if their political opinions became known, almost 88 percent of left-leaning professors were either not very worried or not …
Three students at Clovis Community College in California are suing the school alleging it discriminated against their anti-communist posters, Fox News reports.
According to a recent survey reported by The College Fix, a ‘freedom of speech’ organization for university students, over half the students on US Campuses said they hold back on expressing their opinions on social or political issues during classes over fears of mockery or rejection and by fears that their grades will be reduced for holding opinions not approved by their professor.
Remember when Occupy Wall Street was the flavour of the day. They were the early left-wing rendition of what would eventually become Black Lives Matter and Antifa.
A professor at California’s Cypress College berated a student during a presentation on Zoom, when he stated that most police (not all) are heroes because they endanger their lives to provide America a safe society.
A conservative group at the University of North Texas decided to hold an Easter egg hunt, that included Bible verses, hidden across the North Texas campus. The Blaze reports that members of the group started receiving death threats from woke university students, who only tolerate people that agree with their opinions.
In an 8-1 decision, the US Supreme Court ruled in favour of a former student of Georgia Gwinnett College, Chike Uzuegbunam, after the institute prevented Chike from sharing his faith on campus. The court ruled that it was in complete “violation” of Chike’s constitutional rights. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts was the only Justice who dissented in the final ruling. In a controversial move the 12,000 student school had set up two small areas on campus where people were allowed to exercise their constitutional right to free speech. But in the end, even these were not free speech zones if a woke student was offended by what was said. According to Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), who represented Chike in the lawsuit, the space where the college allowed free speech only represented 0.0015% of the school’s total property. In 2016, Chike was sharing his faith and distributing leaflets on campus, when he was initially stopped by college security. After being told these type of activities were only allowed in the two free speech zones, Chike then …
According to a report by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education nearly 90% of American colleges restrict free speech to varying degrees.
and horrendous encounter with police, a student attending the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis went on Instagram to call for the police to be defunded.