By Dan Cirucci | via Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot
The professor was simply trying to prove that censorship, at any level, is a slippery slope. But, they couldn’t handle the fact that someone would disagree with them:
On November 5, 2015, students at Yale University gathered on campus to protest an email sent by Associate Master of Silliman College Erika Christakis on October 30. Christakis’ email responded to a separate email from the school’s Intercultural Affairs Council that asked students to be thoughtful about the cultural implications of their Halloween costumes.
Christakis argued that the council’s email was infantilizing and threatened free expression on campus. There was also a concern that because the email was long, detailed, had 13 signatories, and links to acceptable and unacceptable costumes, it would not be interpreted as a rule. But rather it had the “color of law” implicit within it. The man that the protesting students are arguing with is Christakis’ husband Nicholas. He is trying to talk sense to the students and argue in favor of free speech.
Yale? What do you expect from Yale students? “Skull and Bones” and Halloween are taken very seriously there!
Of course the porch monkeys got the good White professors fired along with the gullible dummy white students along with the porch monkeys, to make it look tooooo legit. Will u have the courage to print this.
The word “higher” in “higher education” doesn’t mean what you think it does.
Governor Christie and the GOP needs not to fear to expose the truth and difference between Louisiana states governor Jindal on ability in cutting taxes and New Jersey , Nj. is not a right to work state its harder to reform the pension and healthcare expenses, state expenses and create JOBS Here in the highest property taxed state , its because of the public unions member dues profiting in Nj
And politics and around the country with Hillary endored by NEA who paid 4 x more then Koch brothers
Nj needs to become a right to work state support hr 612 all states right to work https://www.congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/house-bill/612/all-actions?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22%5C%22hr612%5C%22%22%5D%7D&resultIndex=1&overview=closed