U. of Virginia Student Government Votes Down Bill Condemning Cancel Culture

U. of Virginia Student Government Votes Down Bill Condemning Cancel Culture


The student government of the University of Virginia (UVA) voted down a bill condemning “cancel culture” being waged against members of the campus community.

SR21-15, the resolution “condemning the ‘cancel culture’ invading the University of Virginia,” did not pass, according to a report by the Cavalier Daily.

The resolution stated that “the Student Council Representative Body joins the UVA Student Body in standing against CANCEL CULTURE at large — not just on the basis political affiliation, but also ALL other factors as outlined by the UVA EOCR non-discrimination clause.”

The UVA student council member who sponsored the resolution, Nickolaus Cabrera, told Campus Reform that “nowhere in the legislation does it call for the implementation of a policy that would take away their speech, but rather simply condemn actions of mass canceling.”

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Cabrera went on to explain that he created the resolution in response to how some conservatives have been

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