Professor sues University of Washington for allegedly violating free speech rights
A University of Washington professor is suing the school for what he says was a violation of his free speech rights after he was disciplined for providing his own version of a Native American “land acknowledgment” statement.
University of Washington professor sues school, alleging free-speech violation
The university said the statement proved a “disruption to instruction,” to which Reges said he had reviewed his syllabus in class on his first day “without incident.”
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Professor sues University of Washington over land acknowledgement dispute
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University of Washington Professor Sues School Over Alleged Free-Speech Violation
The computer science professor faces punishment for his take on a university statement that the campus is located on Native American land, the latest clash over speech rights for college faculty.