UMKC Launches Intellectual Pluralism Campaign
By Alex Smith
Kansas City, MO – In October, UMKC began an Intellectual Pluralism campaign to protect students from biased teaching, or from being discriminated against for their political or religious views. Last year, a student named Emily Brooker at Missouri State University sued the university because she said one of her assignments violated her beliefs. KCUR's Alex Smith reports on the lawsuit, and proposed Missouri state legislation that has stemmed from it.
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