(THE COLLEGE FIX) – Queen Elizabeth. Christopher Columbus. Even “Harry Potter’s” Neville Longbottom could not escape the wrath of campus cancel culture.
Since 2013, at least 37 paintings, portraits, pictures, murals or art displays at universities across the nation have either been removed, covered, been the target of censorship demands, or had additional “context” added, to appease campus activists, almost all of whom are politically progressive.
For instance, in June, Oxford University removed a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, citing the image’s “links to colonialism.”
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