Sunday, May 05, 2019
TKC MUST READ!!! UMKC KANGAROO COUNCIL DEMANDS SECURITY REVIEW OF 'PROBLEMATIC' SPEAKERS AFTER TRANS RUCKUS AGAINST RIGHT-WING TALKER!!!
The debate over alleged illicit lavender oil spritzing persists as students attempt to devise new rules amid controversy.
Here's their best effort that still encountered resistance as increasingly divisive politics also confronts the NEXTGEN. Checkit:
UNews: SGA issues bill to handle controversial speakers on campus
In its final meeting of the spring semester, the Student Government Association showed its support of a proposed bill regarding protests that occurred at Michael Knowles’ on-campus event last month.
The bill would review future guest speakers based on how problematic or unproblematic their past speaking events have been. It would then be decided how to utilize security during said events.
The bill initially quoted Chancellor Mauli Agrawal, stating that UMKC has an “absolute commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and the equal rights of members of the LGBTQ community.”
There was objection to the last line. Read the report in full as students struggle to balance free speech with campus safety.
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