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Published on May 23, 2014
Well, it's the END of the 2014 academic school year, the season most commonly marked by graduation parties, caps and gowns, and OF COURSE, commencement speaker protests. From former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice to IMF leader, Christine Lagarde, students on campuses across the country made it clear that their planned speakers were no longer welcome. RT's Ameera David takes a look at what's behind this uptick in protests and whether students should dis-invite or embrace controversial speakers.