A COLLEGE CLASSROOM SHOULD BE A SAFE SPACE FOR FREE SPEECH, AND THAT’S IT: EXCLUSIVE: Include LGBTQ ‘Safe Zone’ sticker in syllabus, university tells professors.

Albany State University (ASU) is requesting that professors include a LGBTQ “Safe Zones” section on their syllabi.

 

Campus Reform obtained a copy of the recommended syllabus statement, which explains that the university intends to establish “Safe Zone Spaces” across campus.

 

“The Safe Zone Project is to help educate people about sexual orientation and gender identity/expression issues and to create a visible network of allies to provide support to the ASU lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) community,” the statement reads.