Three conservative students filed a lawsuit against California’s Clovis Community College claiming administrators violated their First Amendment right to free speech by censoring their anti-communist and pro-life flyers.
YAF-Clovis founder Alejandro Flores and club members Daniel Flores and Juliette Colunga received permission from administrators to hang three flyers listing the death tolls of communist regimes on bulletin boards inside academic buildings on campus in November 2021, according to FIRE.
The suit notes that Clovis, a public college, is bound by the First Amendment and that it is therefore unconstitutional to treat student groups differently based on viewpoints.
https://www.nationalreview.com/news/students-sue-california-college-over-censorship-of-anti-communist-flyers/
Three conservative students filed a lawsuit against California’s Clovis Community College claiming administrators violated their First Amendment right to free speech by censoring their anti-communist and pro-life flyers. YAF-Clovis founder Alejandro Flores and club members Daniel Flores and Juliette Colunga received permission from administrators to hang three flyers listing the death tolls of communist regimes on bulletin boards inside academic buildings on campus in November 2021, according to FIRE. The suit notes that Clovis, a public college, is bound by the First Amendment and that it is therefore unconstitutional to treat student groups differently based on viewpoints. https://www.nationalreview.com/news/students-sue-california-college-over-censorship-of-anti-communist-flyers/
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Students Sue California College over Censorship of Anti-Communist Flyers
A school administrator wrote in an email that she would ‘gladly’ have the flyers taken down even though they had been approved.
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