(Oct. 4, 2022): Campus Reform covers the next phase of Southeastern Legal Foundation’s national campaign to protect college students’ freedom of speech. In the article, Campus Reform writes that SLF sent letters to 12 universities across the country demanding policy changes. Campus Reform breaks down the types of policies SLF identified and targeted in its demand letters, “with eight letters challenging bias reporting systems, which professors and students use to report on the so-called offensive speech from their peers[,]” and four more letters challenging policies that unreasonably restrict activities like handing out flyers and tabling.
In a video statement for Campus Reform, Director of SLF’s 1A Project Cece O’Leary said:
“We encourage students on those campuses to stand up for their freedom of speech. Check out these letters, read up on what makes these policies unconstitutional, and then take action to bring awareness to these policies on your own campus. Together, we will ensure that colleges are once again the marketplace of ideas.”
Read the full article at CampusReform.org