September 6, 2022
The fall semester is beginning shortly in universities all across North America. Cancel culture has been raging on college campuses over the past few years, including speakers being denied the opportunity to speak simply because leftist students feel triggered by their beliefs.
The College Fix, a student-driven conservative newspaper based in the United States, recently released what they call a Cancel Culture Database, to attempt to keep a record of cancel culture incidents that occur on college campuses. As of August 30, it had around 1,500 entries.
Jennifer Kabbany, the editor-in-chief of The College Fix, joined Rebel News’ William Diaz-Berthiaume to discuss the outlet’s database as well as the issue of cancel culture in general. She has been working at The Fix for many years, and initially released the database in September 2021.