Recently, at a Canadian university, a professor has come under fire for simply questioning Critical Race Theory. In today’s culture, this seems to not be permitted, even and especially on a university campus where free speech ostensibly thrives.
If students and faculty can’t openly discuss this and other issues, how does this bode for academic freedom and democratic discourse?
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The Advocate supports this professor on this matter.