VIDEO: How the 'Defund Police' movement started on college campuses
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Thursday, December 17, 2020 11:55 AM
Years before much of the country had even heard of efforts to "defund the police," Campus Reform was reporting on calls from students across the country to do just that. Campus Reform Reporter Ophelie Jacobson takes a look back at the history of the radical push.
Conservative students on college campuses are marginalized, threatened, and silenced by threatening students who oppose their views, or radicalized liberal professors or administrators. Campus Reform—and readers like you—are pushing back. Progressives would rather threaten you with violence, silence your conservative views, or call for you to be "canceled" from our society if you oppose them. They say your views are dangerous, hateful, fearful, or racist.
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