Should there be limits to free speech on colleges campuses? | The Tylt
Protests erupted as white supremacist Richard Spencer spoke at Texas A&M University on Tuesday, Dec. 6. While Spencer wasn't invited by the university, the school's president Michael K. Young said banning him would infringe on his First Amendment rights. Critics argue people who promote race-based violence don't deserve a platform in academia. But are we obligated to protect even deeply offensive speech? Read more and vote below.
Should there be limits to free speech on colleges campuses?