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Baylor University is convicted of posting a ‘sensitive content’ warning on the 9/11 memorial

A Baptist college in Texas posted a trigger warning near an improvised 9/11 campus memorial with American flags to commemorate those killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks.

Baylor University in Waco has come under fire after a “ sensitive content ” sign was placed near the screen marking the 19th anniversary of the hijackings that killed nearly 3,000 people.

As Baylor students, this is incredibly sad to watch. 9/11 is a day when we can forget our political identity and come together to commemorate those who died and celebrate our nation’s triumph over evil, ”said Jake Neidert, the head of Baylor’s branch of Young Conservatives of Texas.

The group has set up the exhibit on September 11 every year to pay tribute to the victims of the attack.

Baylor University in Waco, Texas, has come under fire after a 'sensitive content' sign was placed near the screen marking the 19th anniversary of the hijackings that killed nearly 3,000 people

Baylor University in Waco, Texas, has come under fire after a ‘sensitive content’ sign was placed near the screen marking the 19th anniversary of the hijackings that killed nearly 3,000 people

Honoring those who died and the first responders is not 'sensitive,' it's 'American,' tweeted the Baylor branch of Young Conservatives of Texas in response

Honoring those who died and the first responders is not 'sensitive,' it's 'American,' tweeted the Baylor branch of Young Conservatives of Texas in response

Honoring those who died and the first responders is not ‘sensitive,’ it’s ‘American,’ tweeted the Baylor branch of Young Conservatives of Texas in response

This was the first year the university decided to put a trigger warning sign next to it.

Neidert said, “For years, the Young Texas conservatives in Baylor carried on the tradition of setting up a 9/11 memorial on the Baylor campus.

Every year, 2,977 American flags are displayed in Fountain Mall to honor the victims and first responders who died in the tragic terrorist attacks against the United States.

Traditionally, the monument only contains flags and no signage or messages.

“Every year we do our best to make sure this event is about America and not politics.”

Baylor YCT posted a video on its Twitter feed with the ‘sensitive content’ sign next to the flags.

Honoring those who have died and the first responders is not ‘sensitive’, but ‘American’, the tweet said.

Baylor YCT also tweeted: 'This is not about politics. This was not a political event. In our event application, we actually chose not to have a sign that the display attributes to us to be apolitical. However, Student Activities posted the unsubscribe and attributed the view to us + the trigger alerts. '

Baylor YCT also tweeted: 'This is not about politics. This was not a political event. In our event application, we actually chose not to have a sign that the display attributes to us to be apolitical. However, Student Activities posted the unsubscribe and attributed the view to us + the trigger alerts. '

Baylor YCT also tweeted: ‘This is not about politics. This was not a political event. In our event application, we actually chose not to have a sign that the display attributes to us to be apolitical. However, Student Activities posted the unsubscribe and attributed the view to us + the trigger alerts. ‘

In another tweet, YCT wrote, `` We did everything we could to make this showing apolitical as this is not about 'party' or 'politics', but about the basic American identity that we all share'

In another tweet, YCT wrote, `` We did everything we could to make this showing apolitical as this is not about 'party' or 'politics', but about the basic American identity that we all share'

In another tweet, YCT wrote, “ We did everything we could to make this showing apolitical as this is not about ‘party’ or ‘politics’, but about the basic American identity that we all share’

Baylor YCT also tweeted: ‘This is not about politics. This was not a political event.

‘In our event application we actually chose not to have a sign that the display attributes to us to be apolitical.

‘Student activities, however, posted the leaching the display attributed to us + the trigger alerts.’

In another tweet, YCT wrote: “YCT stands for” Principles over Party “.

“We’ve done everything we can to make this show apolitical, because it’s not about” party “or” politics, “but about the basic American identity that we all share.

“That shouldn’t be a” sensitive “issue.”

The university issued a statement in response to the uproar, saying, “ We fully support the display of American flags on 9/11, regret that the signage we have used has taken away the intent of the display and offer our apologies for any misunderstanding this may have caused. ‘

The university acknowledged that it was a “moving display,” although it defended the decision to place the board, as the flags “could evoke a wide variety of emotions.”

The school said the sign was part of a new ‘standard’ that will be applied to other ‘outdoor displays’ on campus.

Conservatives have long argued that college campuses have curtailed freedom of speech so as not to offend those who disagree with certain messages or views.

The university issued a statement in response to the uproar, saying, `` We fully support the display of American flags on 9/11, regret that the signage we have used has taken away the intent of the display and offer our apologies for any misunderstanding this may have caused. '

The university issued a statement in response to the uproar, saying, `` We fully support the display of American flags on 9/11, regret that the signage we have used has taken away the intent of the display and offer our apologies for any misunderstanding this may have caused. '

The university issued a statement in response to the uproar, saying, “ We fully support the display of American flags on 9/11, regret that the signage we have used has taken away the intent of the display and offer our apologies for any misunderstanding this may have caused. ‘

Colleges and universities have also been criticized for showing bias and favoritism towards liberals.

The University of Chicago’s English Department is being criticized for bias and racism in deciding that it will only accept graduate school candidates interested in ‘working in and with black studies’ for the 2020-2021 cycle.

Staffers say they were inundated with hate mail and angry responses after the decision.

The department shared a statement on its website in July stating their dedication to the ‘struggle of black and indigenous peoples, and all racialized and dispossessed people, against inequality and cruelty’.

“ For the 2020-2021 graduate admission cycle, the University of Chicago’s English Department will only accept candidates interested in working in and with black studies, ” the statement said.

The university has stated in a statement that due to the pandemic it will only accept a limited number of PhD students and that there is currently only room for five extra students.

Given the movement for justice by the black community this year, the school felt it was best to award additional scholarships with an emphasis on black studies.

Pictured: The University of Chicago, where the English Department has determined that only graduate candidates interested in Black Studies will be accepted for the 2020-2021 admission cycle

Pictured: The University of Chicago, where the English Department has determined that only graduate candidates interested in Black Studies will be accepted for the 2020-2021 admission cycle

Pictured: The University of Chicago, where the English Department has determined that only graduate candidates interested in Black Studies will be accepted for the 2020-2021 admission cycle

In a statement uploaded to the UK Department's website in July (pictured), the faculty announced that they are committed to the 'struggle of black and indigenous peoples, and all racial and dispossessed people, against inequality and brutality'

In a statement uploaded to the UK Department's website in July (pictured), the faculty announced that they are committed to the 'struggle of black and indigenous peoples, and all racial and dispossessed people, against inequality and brutality'

In a statement uploaded to the UK Department’s website in July (pictured), the faculty announced that they are committed to the ‘struggle of black and indigenous peoples, and all racial and dispossessed people, against inequality and brutality’

Currently, there are 77 PhD students studying a wide variety of disciplines within the English Department, and the Department is admitting five additional PhD students by 2021. The English Departmental Faculty saw a need for additional scholarships in Black Studies and decided to focus on doctoral admission of prospective PhD students interested in working in and with Black Studies this year, ” the university said in a statement Fox news.

‘As with other departments of the university, the department’s faculty will decide which areas of science they want to focus on for PhD admission in the coming years,’ it added.

The statement was written in July as protests against police brutality ripped through the US.

Earlier in the statement, the faculty said they believe that “ Black Lives Matter, and that the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade and Rayshard Brooks matter, as do thousands of others named and unnamed who have been victims of police brutality. . . ‘

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