“will continue to impact incoming students for years to come”
Congrats to these young people. This just goes to show there are still college students who appreciate freedom.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Young Americans for Liberty scores 50 pro-free speech policy changes on campuses across the country
Young Americans for Liberty, a national student group committed to the ideas of liberty, has hit an impressive benchmark to round out 2018 — policy changes at 50 different colleges and universities across the country, all with the intent to better protect free speech rights on campus.
“Most cases have been filed against public colleges/universities that have egregious restrictions against the First Amendment — policies that are typically reformed are ‘time, place, and manner’ restrictions and ‘free speech zones,’” said Kelsey Carroll, YAL’s digital media director.
These 50 policy changes have already made a direct impact on 982,081 students, and will continue to impact incoming students for years to come.
YAL’s National Fight for Free Speech campaign targets unconstitutional policies that campus administrators use to justify shutting down YAL students and speakers.
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