UC Berkley has been the bastion of liberalism and progressive thought long since the sixties.
It would seem this just might not be the University of choice for our little darlings now that speech control has been vested upon the students and professor to the 10th Power.
Nope, it would seem if an education is the goal rather than brainwashing and thought control U.S. Berkley must be scratched from the list.
This would hold true for those who pursued a liberal arts major like Chicano Studies, African Studies, and Women’s Studies, what will they have to offer future employers?
This would not necessarily be true for students majoring in hard sciences, Math, Biology, Medicine, Engineering, chemistry, etc.
What university would grant Angela Davis, a black activist and member of the Black Party a full professorship to teach ” Women’s Studies?
UCLA gave her an opportunity but the administration there had issues with here also being a member of the communist party. (Source)
If in the video below, if she weren’t completely delusional about her being a target by the state to be put to death by the state, why is she still alive spewing her hatred?
Ms. Davis receives all the Benefits of the U.S. Constitution, which she should.
It might be an excellent idea for her to sit down and read it some time to fully understand why she is alive as opposed to here outcome in the political systems she apparently cherishes.
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Pablo Gomez Jr. was a University of California, Berkeley, senior majoring in Latino studies and a prominent campus activist when authorities say he stabbed to death a popular elementary-school teacher.
Soon, the crime that police described as “very brutal and unusual” in a city that reported just two homicides last year was sucked up into the debate over gender identity when it was reported that Gomez preferred to be called “they” rather than “he.”
Emilie Inman named as Berkeley homicide victim. (Source)
Even in famously liberal Berkeley, with its long history of protest, the uproar came as a surprise, overwhelming the online news site, http://www.berkeleyside.com, that first reported on Gomez’s preference.
“I didn’t see it as something that would anger anyone,” reporter Emilie Raguso said.
After Raguso’s report, conservative commentator Ann Coulter ridiculed the pronoun change and mocked Gomez’s activist background. Breitbart.com and other conservative political websites picked up the story.
On the university campus, where the debate over nontraditional pronouns has simmered, some students said Gomez’s case is different.
“I think you give away your right to make a demand like that when you are arrested for killing somebody,” said junior Jonothan Chow, a member of the College Republicans.
Representatives of UC Berkeley’s Gender Equity Resource Center, where Gomez was a member, declined requests to comment on the controversy, as did other gay rights activist groups in Berkeley.
Victim Emile Inman, a 27-year-old native of France, was found in her home in January with a “We Stand with Standing Rock” sign in the front window she shared with other young roommates a few miles from campus.
Hours earlier on Jan. 6, police found Kiana Schmitt, 24, seriously injured outside an apartment just north of campus. Police have declined to say how Schmitt was connected to Gomez.
Gomez was arrested Jan. 7 at a Burbank hospital near the Southern California home of Gomez’s parents. Gomez is being held in jail and is accused of killing Inman and assaulting Schmitt.
A young woman who answered the door this week at Inman’s home declined to comment, and her family also has refused requests from The Associated Press and other media to comment on her death.
Gomez’s attorney, George Arroyo, declined to comment and Gomez’s parents did not respond to email requests for comment. Their telephone listing in Los Angeles appears disconnected.
The judge in the case ordered a mental health evaluation after Gomez was removed from a Feb. 1 court hearing to enter a plea to charges of murder, attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and robbery.
Deputies led a kicking and screaming Gomez from the courtroom after a brief meeting with Arroyo