Harvard Law School NPR's Tovia Smith reports on a flare-up at Harvard University over calls for an anti-harassment speech code at the Harvard Law School. Some faculty and students fear any restrictions could hinder free speech, while others say a code is necessary to prevent discrimination against minorities.
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NPR's Tovia Smith reports on a flare-up at Harvard University over calls for an anti-harassment speech code at the Harvard Law School. Some faculty and students fear any restrictions could hinder free speech, while others say a code is necessary to prevent discrimination against minorities.