The American Bar Association’s vaguely worded harassment policy has wide-reaching implications on speech limitations of lawyers
After the death of Philando Castile, Facebook delineated it’s policy on posts containing violence. It should do the same for all content deemed controversial.
Does art that offends belong in a government building? That’s the debate unfolding in Denver, after a student’s painting that likens police to the Ku Klux Klan was displayed in the city’s Webb Building.
According to black students, the problems they face on campus — like poor retention and graduation rates and less financial aid — existed before the video surfaced. Perhaps there’s a problem at OU that goes beyond the reprehensible acts of some students on a party bus.
The right-wing provocateur has the right to say what she wants. Does she think Arabs and Muslims have the same rights?