Campus clash: Students battle over what constitutes free speech - 2017-04-18

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F182.png Campus clash: Students battle over what constitutes free speech April 18, 2017, Kristy Hutter, CBC News

Kevin Arriola never thought of himself as an advocate for free speech — but then he found himself waging a court battle over it.

"This really opened my eyes and made me realize that all speech should be protected," says the Ryerson University political science student who started the Men's Issues Awareness Society. "Today it's me that can't talk about men's issues and men's mental health. Tomorrow it might be another group."

This really opened my eyes and made me realize that all speech should be protected. - Kevin Arriola

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{{cite news | first = Kristy | last = Hutter | title = Campus clash: Students battle over what constitutes free speech | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/free-speech-versus-hate-speech-1.4058994 | work = CBC News | date = April 18, 2017 | accessdate = December 28, 2019 }}