Adjunct who had been hired to teach classes in Fall 2017 was fired after an anti-Trump tweet.
Kevin Allred v. Rutgers University
Gender studies adjunct is placed on leave and referred to the NYPD for a psychiatric evaluation after tweeting a hyperbolic joke about the Second Amendment and shooting white people. After clearing the psychiatric evaluation, he was placed on leave until his contract with the school expired.
Lars Maischak v. California State University
A lecturer at California State University is made to take a leave of absence and removed from classroom teaching duties after anti-Trump tweets.
Jim McGlothlin Speech at William & Mary Law School
Students are forced to attend and then stand after a political and racially charged speech by a major donor to a public school.
Hunt v. Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico, et. al.
Hunt, a medical school student at UNM, posted a strongly worded political Facebook status following the 2012 election. His school initiated proceedings against him based on violation of school’s speech code and for violating professional ethics in the field.
Felkner v. Rhode Island
Felkner claims he was forced to participate in viewpoint specific projects, and direclty and indirectly was told that his conservative views were incompatible with social work. The facts are in disupte.
Durden v. Essex County College
An adjunct professor is fired by a public school after an on-air spat with Fox New host Tucker Carlson in which she defended Black Lives Matter’s decision to ask white people not to attend a BLM Memorial Day celebration.