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    Free Speech on Campus: The First Amendment Does Not Give Protesters a "Heckler's Veto" [CC]

    Free Speech on Campus: The First Amendment Does Not Give Protesters a "Heckler's Veto" [CC]
    CLE 75 min

    Free Speech on Campus: The First Amendment Does Not Give Protesters a "Heckler's Veto" [CC]

    National attention was recently directed at law school occurrences where students disrupted speakers, shouting them down and preventing them from speaking. Responding to the incidences, UC Law SF (former Hastings College of the Law) Dean of Students shared with students: "Instead of pitting free speech values against inclusion values as though this were a zero-sum game, we have to find a way to think about how these values work together to enrich our campus environment. This work requires us to engage with each other on these hard issues, to challenge each other, to give each other opportunities to learn from each other, to have difficult conversations in which we might disagree-all in an effort to have a productive dialogue to get to a place where we all want to go-an inclusive environment where we learn and grow together as individuals and as a community."


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    This session will focus on the history and evolution of the free speech movement, the parameters and application of the First Amendment right to free speech, current examples of students disrupting speakers, free speech dialogue and principles shared with student activists, and school policies implemented to provide a neutral, "inclusive environment where all can learn and grow together as individuals and as a community". As stated in the Kalven Report on the University's Role in Political and Social Action: "The neutrality of the university as an institution arises then not from a lack of courage nor out of indifference and insensitivity. It arises out of respect for free inquiry and the obligation to cherish a diversity of viewpoints. And this neutrality as an institution has its complement in the fullest freedom for its faculty and students as individuals to participate in political action and social protest. It finds its complement, too, in the obligation of the university to provide a forum for the most searching and candid discussion of public issues."

    Product Details

    Moderators

    John Trasvina

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession

    Product Code

    CE2310FSCOLC

    Duration

    75

    Publication Date

    10/24/2023 12:00:00 AM

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