Former student pushes JCCC ‘Discomfort’ complaint – Kansas Watchdog

link: http://kansas.watchdog.org/3862/former-student-pushes-jccc-discomfort-complaint/

Former student pushes JCCC ‘Discomfort’ complaint. President Calaway responds.

By Earl Glynn On May 27, 2010 Continue reading

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KU Faculty Discusses Immigration Law at Kansas Union – KU journalism student daf17

Link: http://ehub.journalism.ku.edu/301-fa10/2010/11/04/ku-faculty-discusses-immigration-law-at-kansas-union-2/

KU Faculty Discusses Immigration Law at Kansas Union
Posted on November 4, 2010 by daf17@ku.edu Continue reading

Immigration Forum Lecture at Kansas Union – KU journalism student J Chapbvw

Link: http://ehub.journalism.ku.edu/301-fa10/2010/11/05/immigration-forum-lecture-at-kansas-union/

Immigration Forum Lecture at Kansas Union
Posted on November 5, 2010 by jchapbvw@ku.edu
Three guest speakers spoke to raise awareness of the former SB1070 Bill and its potential effects on our country by highlighting its pros and cons. The lecture was at Alderson Auditorium in the Union Wednesday September 29th. Continue reading

Forum Discuss Newly Passed Arizona Immigration Law — by KU journalism student L Akadel

Link: http://ehub.journalism.ku.edu/301-fa10/2010/11/05/forum-discuss-newly-passed-arizona-immigration-law/

Forum Discuss Newly Passed Arizona Immigration Law
Posted on November 5, 2010 by lakadel@ku.edu
The Hispanic-American Leadership Organization and the Center for Community Outreach held a lecture at the University of Kansas on Sept. 29. Continue reading

Recorded audio and transcript: News Radio 980 KMBZ’s Darla Jaye interviews Kathy Brown and Ben Hodge about ‘Discomfort Doctrine’ and suppression of free speech at Johnson County Community College under JCCC leaders Jon Stewart, Don Weiss, Melody Rayl, Lynn Mitchelson, and Terry Calaway

The transcript follows after the YouTube audio.  This is from the Darla Jaye program on Kansas City’s KMBZ 980 AM.  Originally aired on Friday, May 28, 2010.  Four parts, total length 32 minutes. Continue reading