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 […]
A professor at the University of Pennsylvania was the target of protest after she made disparaging remarks about immigrants at a conference.
A professor was suspended after using what administrators perceived to be a racial slur in a public Facebook post.
A librarian at Doane University was suspended after a historical exhibit she curated included pictures of students in blackface.
A professor at Evergreen State College became the target of massive student protests after he publicly opposed a proposal that all white students stay off campus for a day.