(CAMPUS REFORM) – The year 2020 was the year of the coronavirus pandemic, racial unrest, and racial unrest. Just as the pandemic and racial unrest had a significant impact on campus life, so too did cancel culture.
Campus Reform is counting down the 20 most shocking cancel culture stories of 2020.
1. Dean fired after saying 'EVERYONE'S LIFE MATTERS' in email
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The nursing school dean at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell was fired after sending an email to students including the phrase “Everyone’s life matters.” After students aired their frustrations over social media and to the school’s administration, the school decided to end Leslie Neal-Boylan's employment.