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Walkout at Wayne State: Any Better Than the Irvine 11?

November 7, 2011 by

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Watch the video. Listen to the audio. The clip displays a civil protest and walkout organized by students at Wayne State University in Detroit during a lecture delivered by Jerusalem Post writer and IDF spokesman Gil Hoffman.  These students have certainly learned a lesson from the aftermath of the Irvine 11 debacle. Instead of shouting […]

Free Speech, Made Equal: a lesson for Daily Bruin opinion writer

October 24, 2011 by

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In the October 21st Opinion section of the Daily Bruin, In the Know: Irvine 11 Appeal,  writer Brittany Chu attempts to contest the charges of the infringement of free speech, for which the Irvine 11 were convicted. Despite her best efforts,  she succeeds only in providing a restricted redefinition of that selfsame right. In February […]