Their leader called Farrakhan the "greatest of all time."
He's got a book, too.
He's previously compared whites to "sociopaths" and "autistic kids"
"This is my ideal writing course."
He does not hold back.
Being pro-life on college campuses isn't easy.
What happened to two?
What exactly do they do?
Pronouns apparently don't count as free speech...
"an important issue in higher education"
A real "social problem"
Will they listen?
"make this movement have impact..."
"there are gender-specific risk factors..."
And so it continues...
"Insensitive" or just "funny"?
Femininity will also come up.
What are the unintended consequences?
So why was she invited?
What do privilege and gender have to do with MLK?
You can say "illegal immigration," but not "illegal immigrant"
Here's what students said...
"Come play a game"
"We all need friends like that."
Part of a broader trend...
"Too many students make that distressing choice."
In addition to "scholarly competence"...
Campus Reform called the university. They hung up.
"The reception is not always great."
Here are the details...
Here's what the university is saying...
Same school where protesters tore down a Confederate statue
See their reactions...
"a social justice education is imperative"