Students credited for shining light on bias

Tuesday, December 29, 2020
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

indoctrination (human brain)College students continue to report campus bias to an organization that continues to expose the left's harmful ways.

Spencer Brown of Young America's Foundation (YAF) tells One News Now the Campus Bias Tipline has been live for a couple of years, but it "really took off this year because so many students were learning online."

The tip line is an outlet for students to submit their story or situation, and though their contact information is requested, communications are usually handled as anonymous reports.

Brown

"So many students, unfortunately, because of the way the left is, fear retribution for highlighting these stories or shining a light on them," Brown laments. "But YAF obviously takes that into account and is able to expose these very harmful situations while protecting the identity of the tipsters."

He adds that many of the exposes that compile YAF's "Worst of the Worst" leftist nonsense in 2020 came to his organization via the Campus Bias Tipline.

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