Harvard Considers Offensive-Speech Ban

December 2002
Jet;12/9/2002, Vol. 102 Issue 25, p6
Mentions how Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts is considering a ban on offensive speech. Consideration of a series of racially charged incidents between students and faculty; Characteristics of the Committee on Healthy Diversity; Views from members of the Black Law Students Association.


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