College students say free speech is “unacceptable”


The president and two vice-presidents of the Princeton Graduate Student Government replied to their school's shocking affirmation of free speech and the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America, calling it "tone-deaf" and "unacceptable."

In a letter written in response to Eisgruber and the administration, the three opined that the free speech policy protects "hate" at the university. They stated, "We as a student body are not looking for 'dialogue' on how to cope with institutional racism," and averred that an emphasis on the importance of free expression "reads as a typical dog-whistle often used to excuse racist speech and hateful actions."

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