Here are our leading legal headlines for the week of April 24, 2017 from Wise Law on Twitter: Park Geun-hye, Ousted President of South Korea, Is Formally Indicted Judge Rules Auburn University Must Let White Nationalist Richard Spencer...Show More Summary
When 24-year-old Anna Claire Walker moved to Atlanta after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in musical theatre from Auburn University, she was determined to get involved with the city’s theatre scene. She accepted an internship with the Center for Puppetry Arts and soon discovered a love for an art form that she had not previously...
No fireworks this time, no Moldylocks being punched in the face by a dude. However, the police were actually present -- instead of sitting on their hands as happens in Blue cities and states -- and enforced the no masks,...
When Anti-Fascist (antifa) members showed up at Alabama’s Auburn University on Tuesday to protest a talk by the founder of the Alt-Right movement, Richard Spencer, the police went about discouraging
White supremacist Richard Spencer got a supremely hilarious smack down when he spoke at Auburn University in Alabama on Tuesday night. Spencer was taking questions from the audience members when a young black student came up to the mic with a serious question. “How are white people who are racist more oppressed than black people?” she asked. Show More Summary
Spencer, a leader in the alt-right movement, addressed a crowd at Auburn University on Tuesday. The school had barred him from speaking, but a federal judge cleared the way on First Amendment grounds.
When white supremacist Richard Spencer decided to speak at Auburn University despite the safety concerns of students, teachers and staff, he was met with violence as well as tough questions. One student, however, challenged Spencer so perfectly. “How are white people more racially oppressed...
Richard B. Spencer spoke at Auburn University in Alabama on April 18, after a federal judge refused to allow the university to cancel Spencer’s appearance as it had attempted to do. CNN reports that two people were arrested at the event...Show More Summary
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the school was not allowed to cancel the event
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — White nationalist Richard Spencer spoke in a crowded auditorium at Auburn University on Tuesday after a federal judge blocked the school from banning his appearance.
Alabama – Police officers forced far-left Antifa thugs to removes their hoodies and masks prior to entering Auburn University in... The post Police Unmask Antifa Thugs – Rip Off Their Masks – at Auburn Protest, Fights Break Out (VIDEOS) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Protests at Auburn University turned violent on Tuesday as critics and supporters of white supremacist Richard Spencer clashed ahead of his planned speech there, AL.com reports. Spencer spoke Tuesday night after a federal judge issued a court order requiring Auburn University allow the white...
The Latest on white nationalist Richard Spencer speaking at Auburn University (all times local): 7:30 p.m. White nationalist Richard Spencer spoke in a crowded auditorium at Auburn University after a … Click to Continue »
An attorney is asking a federal court to clear the way for a white nationalist to speak at Auburn University. A request filed Tuesday claims school officials violated free-speech rights … Click to Continue »
Auburn University canceled a speech from white supremacist Richard Spencer that was scheduled for Tuesday, saying that there were “safety” concerns. But Spencer said that he’s going anyway. “In consultation with law enforcement, Auburn canceled the Richard Spencer event...
Auburn University says a white nationalist is paying $700 to rent a room where he's scheduled to speak on campus next week. A school spokesman says Richard Spencer also must … Click to Continue »
AL.com reports: An Auburn University student organization wants the institution to take a stronger stance against white supremacy after a group claiming to be the “Auburn White Student Union” distributed flyers expressing anti-Semitic messages on campus last week. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook visited his alma mater Auburn University on Thursday to speak about diversity, inclusion and other issues related to human rights, topics for which the high-profile tech executive consistently advocates.
Tim Cook today sat down for a speech at his alma mater, Auburn University, and talked on a variety of different topics. The details of the speech, entitled “A Conversation with Tim Cook: A Personal View of Inclusion and Diversity,” were shared by student-run newspaper The Plainsman… more… Filed under: Apple
Apple CEO Tim Cook made a visit to his old stomping grounds at Auburn University today to talk to students about life after after graduation. During his morning speech at the Telfair Peet Theatre, the Auburn alum told students of all backgrounds to get ready to embrace diversity once they enter the workforce. Show More Summary