There’s been a great deal of debate about free speech on college campuses sending triggered students to safe spaces and “empathy tents,” but Harvard Law Prof. Alan Dershowitz has shared this harsh reminder for the easily offended:
There are no safe spaces for ideas. When you come to university you sign a waiver –your ideas will not be exempt from challenge.
— Alan Dershowitz (@AlanDersh) September 28, 2017
To the safe space!
This should be stamped on the acceptance letters and posted at every doorway. https://t.co/sZKCxenrP9
— Tori Hart (@ToriHart4) September 28, 2017
Alan you've been a breathe of fresh air despite who you voted for ??. Love ya man!
— The Based Persian (@TheBasedPersian) September 28, 2017
One of the most principled ppl in America, sir. We may not always agree, but you stand for Bill of Rights.
— Steve Spingola (@MilwSpinny) September 28, 2017
This can start a movement of No Safe Space Waiver universities. 🙂
Yeah, pipe dream. 🙁 https://t.co/dDh5gBLaxt
— Herbert Vojčík (@herbySk) September 28, 2017
Classic liberalism. The good kind. https://t.co/hTRHy0xC2c
— Mark Meyer (@markrmeyer) September 28, 2017
Have you explained this to our friends on the left?
— Matthew Downer (@mpdowner) September 28, 2017
Of course, there is no shortage of communists in colleges who will not hesitate to challenge your ideas if they are to the right of Marx. https://t.co/Zfz65ugEZL
— ShadilayForever ?? (@ShadilayForever) September 28, 2017