By Sol Schindler - Special to The Washington Times Shares
"We need to remind older Americans that freedom of speech is still a value worth fighting for, and we need to teach younger Americans that everything from scientific progress, to artistic expression, to social justice, peace, and living authentic lives requires the staunch protection of freedom of speech for all," Mr. Lukianoff said.
"Each of these colleges had the opportunity to restore the student and faculty voices they censored — but leaders deliberately chose not to do so," FIRE President Greg Lukianoff said. "We don't back down. If college leadership is willing to muzzle, censor, and punish their own students and faculty members, the public should know."