US universities violate students’ First Amendment right, ban free speech – activist

February 7, 2014

by Roman Kosarev

According to a new report by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education rules imposed in most US education establishments ban students from openly expressing their views.

After a thorough analysis of schools’ speech codes, the organization rated each in one of three categories. Over 250 US schools receive red light rating this year which means that First Amendment right are highly violated there. Ibrahim Halloum, a student at Arizona State University, proactive in human rights advocacy, talked on the issue with the VoR...

Schools: Arizona State University