Report outlines limits on free speech

January 11, 2006

By Erin France at The Daily Tarheel

Some UNC-system school policies of free speech and nondiscrimination violate the U.S. Constitution, according to a report released Tuesday.

The report, created by the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, detailed First Amendment violations, including violations in UNC-Chapel Hill’s network acceptable use policy, and cites two examples of religious discrimination against student organizations...

Schools: University of North Carolina – Wilmington University of North Carolina – Greensboro University of North Carolina – Pembroke University of North Carolina – Charlotte University of North Carolina School of the Arts Cases: University of North Carolina System: State of the First Amendment