Freedom of speech is about expressing your opinion, however bad or good, however right or wrong, and being able to defend it and argue it and be argued with about it in public forums. As a young woman, she studied theology and wanted to become a minister in the Lutheran Church.But then she came to New York in 1964, saw a picture in the New York Times of the Free Speech Movement in Berkeley and moved to California.Som resultat av dette har mange, fra studenter til universitetsledere, til juridiske spesialister til USAs president, stilt spørsmålstegn ved hvilken betydning og rolle ytringsfrihet skal ha på campusene våre.Disse spørsmålene har satt i gang en nasjonal debatt om intensjon, omfang og anvendelse av First Amendment, og utfordret etablerte oppfatninger av ytringsfrihet som oppsto i kjølvannet av den såkalte 'Free Speech Movement' fra Berkeley,' sier Napolitano.So, again, education is key.""[Safiya] Noble added powerful details to the origins of the Free Speech movement at Berkeley in the '60s.'The free speech movement was not just about giving more voice to people in an abstract flattened plain way. This forum covers Welch, WV local community news, events for your calendar, and updates from colleges, churches, sports, and classifieds. Give us your feedback on government issues or coverage from TV stations and Radio networks in your area.
And so we are educators and that should be part of our mission.
'The students themselves are raising questions about free speech and does it apply to homophobic speech, does it apply to racist speech?
We have to consider the student concerns but return to basic principles about what free speech means and how do we better educate students about the extent of the 1st Amendment.'""But I know that Berkeley, especially because of its history with the free speech movement of the 1960s, is a unique place for expression.
Because you're absolutely right, we see an increasing number of young people believe that, you know, we should restrict people like, you know, Richard Spencer, or Milo Yiannopoulos, or Ben Shapiro, from speaking at campuses.
And we must remind them that in the past it was speakers favoring, say, the civil rights movement, who were sought to be restricted.