A new video by the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, students are asked to respond to some examples of campus censorship, and they agree: things are out of control.
It's refreshing to see students thinking for themselves.
Among the examples is an infamous story of Saint Mary's University preventing a student from the school's gaming society from advertising an event because the poster contained an image of a gun. To be more precise, it was the NES Zapper, a common gaming accessory from the 80s. Literally anyone who played a Nintendo Entertainment System growing up knew what this was, but the school deemed it inappropriate.
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They also agreed that it was ridiculous when a student had to undergo 'racial sensitivity training' sharing a viral image of Obama kicking down a door.
There's more examples, so do yourself a favour and check out the video!
Let us know in the comments what you think.