By BCN Senior Editor | Black Community News
University of Houston students on campus. Credit: Michael Stravato for The Texas Tribune
The University of Houston created a “non-discrimination” policy in which it claimed a right to punish any student for verbal or nonverbal slights, snubs, annoyances, so-called microaggressions, etc. Three politically conservative students filed a lawsuit against the school on the grounds that the policy violated the First Amendment’s freedom of speech.