The now-infamous "bake sale" of the Young Republicans Club of the University of California at Berkeley drew an official rebuke from the university's chancellor and its toady Student Senate. Salon.com co-founder Gary Kamiya explores this regulation of speech and the subject of the speech in this post, which at one point even touches hypothetically on the Israel/Palestine confrontation that is so fueled by the Holocaust mythology.
The thrust of Kamiya's post is that race can't be openly, frankly discussed on (most) campuses.
I wanted to add a comment to the effect that race wasn't the only verboten subject on campus, nor even the most verboten. But I was unable to access comments on the post, of which there were said to be 48 at the time I tried. And I was unable to post my comment, either.