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Colorado Conservatives Fight Back Against Classroom Bias

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Several members of the University of Colorado Board of Regents are pushing to prioritize diversity of political thought on campuses statewide, and it’s an effort that’s being praised — and joined — by conservative students who say they’ve faced silencing, backlash and more in the classroom.
Take Maddison Meeks, who spoke to the board recently about what she’s faced at CU Boulder, and in particular an experience she encountered after the Parkland school shooting.
“One day after the shooting, we were talking about the NRA in my political parties and interest groups class and a member of my class said that the NRA is a terrorist organization and all of its members are to blame for mass shootings,” Meeks told the board. “This hit me hard because I am now an NRA member … and I also strongly support the fight against terrorism.”
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