DePaul University’s long history of silencing conservatives

More than a year before Milo Yiannopoulos, “the Kane West of Journalism,” was silenced at DePaul University by Black Lives Matter activists and school officials who refused to provide adequate security, the Chicago-based school had already been silencing conservative students.

In 2015, a conservative freshman named Jacob was silenced by his English professor during a discussion on the riots in Ferguson, the student’s hometown.

acob told the class that he was concerned violent protests would break out near the mall where his family lived and worried about their safety. Rather than trying to understand the freshman’s fears, the English professor mocked him in class and sent an email asking him to hold off on voicing his opinion in the future.

“Did you notice that the same thing happened again yesterday where we were trying to generate a discussion on one issue — the Justice Department & the Ferguson PD — and you changed it to something else?” the professors email stated. “Your distaste for particular kinds of protests? Your local mall?”

“I need to ask you again to take a moment before you speak up in class and ask yourself if the timing seems appropriate and on topic,” the professor’s email continued. “In terms of active listening, it is good practice to look at the person who is speaking and, if you’ll be adding to what they are saying, acknowledging and checking your understanding of what she or he just said.”
 

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