Human-rights mausoleum under fire for alleged censorship

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is weathering a censorship allegation after deleting a blog post it commissioned from a Tyrell medal-winning Canadian historian.

The post appeared on March 4, but was removed hours later after museum staff deemed a passage criticizing the federal Conservative government unacceptable.

The passage in question described the Conservatives as having an “anti-woman record.” She said museum staff first asked her to back up that claim, but ultimately rejected a footnoted posting as a partisan statement.

The Conservative government is anti-women because it won’t fund foreign baby murder, she’s that kinda Academician

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