The University of Pennsylvania initiated a sanctions process against a law professor and numerous student groups and the Philadelphia City Council called for her termination at least in part due to her public anti-Asian remarks
A University of Nebraska Regent attempted to pass a resolution banning critical race theory from curriculums across the University of Nebraska system
The University of Iowa told its instructors not to discuss masks or vaccinations unless it related to course material
A law professor was asked to substantially revise his invited contribution to a law journal in light of its “hurtful” and gratuitous rhetoric about systemic racism in America
A professor at the U.S. Air Force Academy was threatened with termination by Republican politicians after publishing an op-ed defending the teaching of critical race theory.
A faculty member and a student sued members of a student newspaper’s board of directors for allegedly retaliating against them for publishing a number of controversial articles.
A professor at the University of North Carolina–Wilmington sued the university after being denied a full professorship.
A tenured faculty member at the University of Illinois was terminated and sued the university, alleging violations of his First Amendment rights.
A professor at Princeton University cancelled his course after students formally complained about his use of the N-word.
James Livingston is a tenure history professor at Rutgers University. On May 31, 2018, Livington posted comments on Facebook that included the line, “OK, officially, I now hate white people. I am a white people, for God’s sake, but can we them—us—us out of my neighborhood?” The comments were widely shared on social media and […]