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5 days ago
Starving for Justice Book Signing

Please come to Chaucher's Books to pick up a copy of Starving for Justice. The author, Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval, will be signing copies. Everyone is welcome

This event was canceled

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2 weeks ago
Chris

Good read.

good CHE piece on weak faculty senates omits fear of retaliation for taking dissenting positions http://bit.ly/2sytTL1
David Mazella Richard Grusin Nick Fleisher

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1 month ago
American Association of University Professors

More FOX fallout? Educators and students have begun a petition to reinstate Lisa Durden: http://bit.ly/2snrpRT.

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1 month ago
We Stand in Solidarity With Professor Johnny Williams of Trinity College

https://www.change.org/p/we-stand-in-solidarity-with-professor-johnny-williams-of-trinity-college

Over the past few days, Dr. Johnny Williams, Sociology Professor at Trinity College, has been the target of racist telephone calls, emails, messages, and slurs attacking his integrity and scholarship. Such hate speech is in response to comments he made on his Facebook Page in which he spoke out agai...

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1 month ago
Professors’ Growing Risk: Harassment for Things They Never Really Said

http://www.chronicle.com/article/Professors-Growing-Risk-/240424?cid=wcontentlist_hp_latest

College faculty members are facing not just online backlash, but threats of violence, as a result of how conservative media outlets characterize their views.

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1 month ago
A Facebook Live Event: The First Amendment on Campus

Please join us for an AAUP-hosted Facebook Live event on "Freedom of Speech on Campus" tomorrow, June 14th, at 12pm(pacific). You can access the live stream via the AAUP Facebook page, or just follow this link. See you all there!

Interested in the issues surrounding free speech on campus? Join us on Wednesday, June 14, at 3 p.m. for a Facebook Livestream of a symposium on current challenges to free speech on college campuses, the First Amendment’s role and the future of the student press at American universities. The event is co-hosted byt the AAUP and the Newseum.

Visit the @[114892038544290:274:American Association of University Professors]'s Facebook page on Wednesday to watch live.

Co-hosted by the AAUP and the ... See more

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1 month ago
Are governors ignoring law when appointing UC regents?

"Most of the 26 regents who run the University of California are chosen in a process involving a ghostly, unnamed committee of 12 people who never meet, produce no public record of their actions, and publish no list of members. Some don’t even know who the other members are."

Most of the 26 regents who run the University of California are chosen in a process involving a ghostly, unnamed committee of 12 people who never meet, produce no public record of their actions, and publish no list of members. [...] that’s how it was this month when Gov. Jerry Brown appointed four n...

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1 month ago
Vol 108 (2017)

New Special Volume of 'Radical Teacher' focused on "Teaching Critical University Studies."

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

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1 month ago
Why Academic Freedom Should Be Covered at Freshman Orientation

https://t.co/8ubEs0HPIQ

Students who understand the principle will help create a campus culture that welcomes outside speakers whose ideas may differ from their own and that encourages debate instead of censorship.

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1 month ago
Chris

Princeton prof Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor? has canceled speeches in response to being threatened with lynching and other forms of death for calling Trump racist in a Hampshire College commencement address. this piece points out the failure of The Atlantic, NYT, et al to rush to her defense

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