Readers and subscribers of the print edition of National Review will have a pleasant surprise as they flip through their October 5, 2009 edition. FIRE has inserted a DVD with three of our recent documentaries: Think What We Think…Or Else! Thought Control on the American Campus, which documents the shocking indoctrination program at the University of Delaware; Threats, Coercion and Bullying at Missouri State, about the case of Emily Brooker whose social work professor attempted to force her to lobby the state legislature for a cause with which she disagreed; and Political Correctness vs. Freedom of Thought – The Keith John Sampson Story, which discusses the case of a student employee at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis who was found guilty of racial harassment for reading a book with a picture of a Ku Klux Klan member on the cover.
These documentaries are available online on our multimedia page. We hope that this effort will further educate the public about the egregious abuses to students’ liberty on campuses across the country. Unfortunately, these horror stories are only the tip of the iceberg, as FIRE’s case history attests.