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The University of Cincinnati says it will allow white nationalist leader Richard Spencer to speak on campus, while Ohio State University says it can't accommodate a rental request for a Nov. UC president Neville Pinto said in an email that the university is finalizing details of Spencer's visit and promises to make safety a priority.
Pinto said in the university-wide email on Friday that Spencer's 'ideology of hate and exclusion is antithetical' to the university's core values but that as a public institution it had to allow Spencer to speak because of his constitutional right to free speech.'It is the power and promise of (our) diversity to change the world for the better that has the hate-filled so unsettled,' Pinto said.
'We ask for your patience, support, and understanding as we prepare for a trying time for our community.'The director of Ohio State's legal office, Christopher Culley, said in a letter that it couldn't accommodate a request for Spencer to speak on Nov.
15 'without substantial risk to public safety' but expects to decide if there are 'viable' alternatives by the end of next week.
It also left schools struggling to ensure campus safety in the face of recruiting efforts by white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups while balancing concerns over freedom of speech. It said as a public institution it is legally obligated to allow the expression of many viewpoints by external groups, such as Spencer's National Policy Institute.Posted in 23 (King of Wands), 27 (Ace of Wands), 39 (Knight of Cups), François Hollande, France, life lesson / what you are here to learn (month day y e a r of birth), numerology, personal month, personal year, Valérie Trierweiler, tagged École Nationale d'Administration, Carla Bruni, François Hollande, France, Hollande, Jean-Marie Le Pen, Nicolas Sarkozy, Paris, Richard Nixon, Ségolène Royal on May 7, 2012| Leave a Comment » EST From a former supermodel with a reputation for partying with rock stars to a twice-divorced mother the French vote for president will see more than just economic policies change.Valerie Trierweiler, 47, the partner of Mr Hollande, will become the first unmarried ‘Première Dame’ in history to enter the Elysee Palace on the arm of the country’s most powerful man.The feisty magazine journalist was revealed as Mr Hollande’s lover when he separated from the mother of his four children, the politician Segolene Royal, with whom he lived for 30 years.She had gained the nickname ‘Rottweiler’ after she slapped a colleague on Paris Match who said something she deemed sexist. ‘I am not seeking notoriety and I am not seeking to grab the limelight.’ She has also voiced concerns at the prospect of losing her independence because of her partner’s new role – and so it seems a wedding is probably the last thing on the to-do list for the new power couple.When the magazine put her on its cover under the headline ‘Francois Hollande’s charming asset’, she tweeted: ‘Bravo Paris Match for its sexism … But as Hollande, 57, looks to build on his victory over Sarkozy with his anti-austerity reforms, it seems inevitable the French public will also begin to wonder if he will do the decent thing and propose.my thoughts go out to all angry women.’ But despite her reputation, she has said that she intends to be more low key than her predecessor Carla Bruni. Trierweiler says she and Hollande first met 23 years ago when she was a political reporter.‘I will stay among those accompanying,’ she said in an interview before the election. He was married with a family, but otherwise leading a fairly routine existence.Hollande makes much of his roots in Rouen, the dull Normandy city that reflects his desired provincial image as the hard-working son of a doctor father and social worker mother.In reality, his family lived in the upmarket Bois-Guillaume ‘heights’ of Rouen — until forced to move as a result of his father Georges’s extreme Right-wing politics.Georges was exposed as a close supporter of a former Vichy official who stood for president in a campaign managed by Jean-Marie Le Pen, later infamous as the Holocaust-denying founder of the Front National.