Case Where College Got Away with Killing a Student's Free Speech Rights Goes all the way to the Supreme Court

A Georgia college threatened to arrest a student for sharing his faith on campus back in 2016. After that threat, Chike Uzuegbunam and another Gwinnett College student sued the school. The case was eventually dropped because Gwinnett ended its restrictive speech policy. So the college didn’t have to pay at all for the damage it did to Uzuegbunam’s free speech rights. That lack of accountability and justice resulted in the Supreme Court taking up the issue Tuesday.


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