Displaying items by tag: Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

RALEIGH — Free speech is in trouble on college campuses. Social justice indoctrination is to blame.

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North Carolina just earned its 12th green-light rating for campus free speech. 

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When no crime’s been committed, there’s nothing to probe and no one to punish. So why are two North Carolina colleges wasting their time investigating protected speech?

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RALEIGH  — “This is my anti-Semitic song.”  Palestinian rapper Tamer Nafar said those words March 22 as he performed on a stage at UNC Chapel Hill’s Global Education Center. 

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Could the president known for his turbulent relationship with the media and strident criticism of negative news stories become a free-speech savior? 

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RALEIGH — UNC-Asheville is right to defend free speech amid national criticism of Tamika Mallory, the controversial national co-chair of the Women’s March who will speak on the campus in honor of Martin Luther King, says a leading First Amendment lawyer and activist.

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In an age where halls of higher learning play host to political correctness on steroids, it’s nice to see the University of North Carolina System leading the way to protect freedom of speech.

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The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is one of two state colleges recently acknowledged by a civil rights organization for bringing its policies in line with the Constitution.

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