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Senate, Arizona State University, free speech
Sep 15, 2023

ASU probe finds controversial speaking engagement revealed ‘no evidence’ of censorship

Arizona State University’s internal investigation into a controversial speaking engagement revealed “no evidence” of censorship by ASU faculty or administrators and found allegations by former director of the since shuttered host, the T.W. Lewis Center, were not “supported by the facts.”  

ASU, Gammage Auditorium, Joint Legislative Ad Hoc Committee on Freedom of Expression at Arizona’s Public Universities, Linda Blake, terminiated
Jul 27, 2023

2nd ASU firing ‘retaliation’ for conservative event

Another former Arizona State University employee has come forward with allegations she was terminated from her position as “retaliation” for producing events that university administrators didn’t like.

censorship, books, school board elections, Scottsdale Unified School District, candidates, Scottsdale Unified School District, election, governing board candidates, voters
Sep 20, 2022

Parents of K-12 students need to be aware of dangerous school board candidates

For a majority of the million-plus K-12 children in Arizona, public education is the backbone for their future. It is a travesty that several groups are doing everything in their power to control the thought processes of the younger generation.