and some members of the Purdue faculty. This includes Roxane Gay, associate professor of English at Purdue. Unbelievably she found Daniels' letter to be offensive:
|Prof. Roxane Gay|
When I pointed out that "chilling" free speech was the same as banning free speech to Prof. Gay on Twitter, she immediately responded by blocking me. Apparently she doesn't like being proven wrong.
Purdue protesters are plowing ahead. They plan a second hour long social media blitz from noon to 1 pm to highlight racism at the university. (The first blitz was held today.) Students at Purdue University are also planning a rally on Friday to show solidarity with the racially charged protests at the University of Missouri.