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Hong Kong University Purge

Pro-Beijing Forces Target a Top School’s Leaders to Intimidate Professors.

The new school term in Hong Kong is off to a bad start. A year after university students led mass protests for democracy, the government is taking revenge against… 342 more words


[VIDEO] Censorship and "Unlearning Liberty" at College: Q&A with FIRE's Greg Lukianoff 

“The…idea that if you just let people talk, it will be this pit of racist pandemonium…is sort of childish and it oversimplifies. But it is a great justification for having a lot of power over speech,” says Greg Lukianoff, the president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).


Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read September 27−October 3, 2015

Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. 170 more words


How the American Government is Trying to Control What You Think 

Is this the new propaganda?

John Maxwell Hamilton and Kevin Kosar report: NASA tweeting that Congress should give it more money so our astronauts won’t have to ride on Russian rockets. 803 more words


Banned Books Week

It’s autumn and that means Banned Books Week is coming up (September 27 – October 3)! Banned Books Week is one of my favorite annual library-related events… 546 more words


Police Rewrite History of 1967 Red Guard Riots

The police have deleted (seen on top graphic) and modified part of the “police history” of the 1967 riots on their website.

The 1967 riots during May to December were started by leftists in Hong Kong following a labour dispute in a… 129 more words