George Washington High School in San Francisco, California, plans to remove an “offensive” mural of George Washington. At a school board meeting this week, no board members spoke in defense of the historical art, which one speaker claims causes “visual offense.”
UC Santa Cruz has announced that it will remove historic bells from the “Spanish Missions” after members of the community called them offensive.
Evergreen State College critic Benjamin Boyce has had many videos on his YouTube channel demonetized this week, part of a larger trend of video creators critical of progressive values being demonetized or blacklisted by the platform.
Britain’s former equality tsar Trevor Phillips OBE has warned the sweeping new definition of “Islamophobia” is a “bullies’ charter” for Muslims inclined to censor criticism of Islam and Islamic practices.
Founded by a Trump supporter and acquired by Facebook (who fired that Trump supporter), Oculus VR has gone woke.
Members of the Project 21 black leadership network say reparations for descendants of slaves is a “sham” that will hurt race relations.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren introduced a bill in the Senate on Thursday that would allow same-sex couples to amend past tax returns.
A recent study found that most college students say that the political and social climate on their college campuses prevents students from expressing their true beliefs. The study reveals that more than two-thirds of college students admitted that campus culture causes students to self-censor over the concern that their classmates could find their views “offensive.”
Author and left-wing activist Ta-Nehisi Coates declared this week that former Vice President Joe Biden “shouldn’t be president.”
A Scottish 17-year-old school pupil was allegedly removed from class for failing to be “inclusive” by insisting that there are only two genders.
A recently passed Washington law will force colleges to reschedule exams for Muslim students who are celebrating religious holidays.
Doane University suspended a librarian earlier this year over her decision to highlight the university’s history of blackface incidents.
Jeffrey S. Flier, the former Dean of the Faculty at Harvard Medical School, argued in an op-ed this week that Harvard is making a mistake by removing portraits of influential white doctors from campus for the sake of “diversity.”
Oberlin College President Carmen Twillie Ambar released a statement to the community on Friday claiming that the college’s legal battle with Gibson’s Bakery is far from over.
A cafeteria worker at the University of Minnesota found herself on the receiving end of a “bias incident report” after she said “hello” to a student in Japanese. The student felt the worker’s greeting of “konnichiwa” was “racialized.”
The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties holds a hearing about reparations for slave descendants on Wednesday.
Addressing the media on Capitol Hill Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) explained his opposition to reparations for slavery, stating “no one currently alive was responsible for that.”
Comedian Bill Maher criticized social justice warriors at Oberlin College this week over their role in defaming a local bakery. The family-owned business won a $44 million judgment in a defamation case against the notoriously progressive school.
The editors-in-chief of the student newspaper at Palo Alto High School in California have recently announced their plan to censor a “highly anticipated” annual map displaying the colleges that the school’s recent graduates will be attending. The student editors, who have also railed against a “goal-oriented student mindset” claim that the map “contributes to the toxic, comparison-driven culture” at the high school.
Harvard University has rescinded its offer of admission to Parkland student Kyle Kashuv in response to a series of leaked online conversations in which Kashuv used racial slurs.
The Supreme Court on Monday tossed out an Oregon court ruling against bakers who refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple.
Students and faculty at the University of Oregon are calling for the removal of the statue of an American pioneer. According to the university, the state represents “the framing of history from only one culture’s perspective,” and it is considering removing the statue, along with other art students and staff find offensive.
Last week, Santa Clara University refused to recognize a conservative student organization for the third time. According to the university’s Vice Provost, the student government’s decision was “not motivated by the club’s ideological beliefs.”
Pop star turned political activist Taylor Swift mocked opponents of the LGBT movement, displaying them as angry, toothless, uneducated rubes in the music video dropped Monday for her latest single “You Need to Calm Down.”
Another bomb is Mindy Kaling’s Late Night, which was sold as woke-female-of-color-lecture, because we all go to the movies to get talked down to. Oh, wait — actually we don’t.
NEW YORK (AP) — Coinciding with Pride Month, the Discovery Family cartoon series “My Little Pony” has introduced a same-sex couple on the show for the first time.
The jury in the Oberlin College defamation case has awarded Gibson’s Bakery an additional $33 million in punitive damages. The additional damages bring the total award to $44 million.