A California faculty union has accused Cypress College of "failure to be anti-racist" and creating a "chilling effect" on workplace safety after it fired an anti-police communications professor who talked down to a student over his presentation condemning cancel culture.
She made the claim, before a virtual class of sophomore students, that calling 911 during an armed home invasion would actually further put her life in danger.
"United Faculty stands in solidarity with all our faculty in protecting their academic freedom and the right to a safe work environment, free of hostility and threats to their physical safety and emotional well-being," the United Faculty union’s president, Christie Diep, and lead negotiator, Mohammad Abdel Haq, said in a statement Monday.
CALIFORNIA CYPRESS COLLEGE PROFESSOR ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE AFTER CLAIMING POLICE AREN'T ‘HEROES’, STUDENT REACTS
They also claimed that the college had placed minority faculty members at risk of becoming "targets of White supremacist organizations" …