Baylor University admitted this week that it regrets its decision to place a “sensitive content” warning sign next to a 9/11 memorial consisting of American flags that was put together by the Young Conservatives of Texas. A university spokesperson said that the sign was placed in an effort to protect students that might have a strong emotional reaction to the display.
According to a report by Campus Reform, Baylor University has come under fire over its decision to place a “sensitive content” warning next to a 9/11 flag memorial constructed by conservative students.
The annual memorial features 2,977 flags to honor those that died on September 11, 2001. This year, a member of the Baylor staff placed a sign next to the display. “Please be advised: sensitive content,” the sign read.
Displaying the American Flag to memorialize those who tragically perished in the 9/11 attacks is now considered “Sensitive