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Free Speech and Antiracism: Free Speech


A note on the scope of this guide:

This guide is intended to provide general information about free speech, antiracism, diversity, and inclusion. This guide is by no means an exhaustive list of antiracism initiatives or resources nor does it capture all of the many facets of the larger conversations about the issues listed here. This guide serves as an introduction to these issues and as a starting place for finding information within Murphy Library and the UWL community.

Other campus resources include:

Center for Transformative Justice            Diversity and Inclusion           Multicultural Student Services      

Pride Center                                               ACCESS Center                       Equity & Affirmative Action                 

Violence Prevention

Two big reasons my generation hates free speech

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Does free speech offend you?

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Free Speech Explained

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