University of Chicago says safe spaces and trigger warnings stifle free speech. Do you agree? | The Tylt
In a letter sent to incoming first-year students, the University of Chicago said it opposes “so-called trigger warnings” and “safe spaces” on campus. Many are applauding the school's move as a much-need defense of free speech on campus, but critics argue the edict is a setback that will further marginalize women and minorities. #GoodWorkUofC? Or #BadCallUofC? Scroll down to read further perspectives and VOTE!
University of Chicago says safe spaces and trigger warnings stifle free speech. Do you agree?
I find it hilarious there are so many privileged white males giving "kudos" to the University of Chicago for this regressive policy.— Magic & Real (@DarlingEbony) August 25, 2016
Tbh University of Chicago needs to re-think this safe space thing. Their students notoriously struggle with suicidality and depression.— Zach Stafford (@ZachStafford) August 25, 2016
Full University of Chicago letter encourages "free exchange of ideas" but also clarifies this doesn't mean freedom to harass/threaten others— Laura (@SheWhoVotes) August 25, 2016
Anyone surprised at the University of Chicago making its statement on Free Speech, doesn't understand who defends 1A.— Tina Issa (@tinaissa) August 25, 2016
LIBERALS do. Always.