Now you might say it was edited and Doctored up, but according to Philip Christofanelli a student at the University of Missouri’s who took the “Introduction to Labor Studies” course,
"the class was taught simultaneously by Professor Don Giljum of University of Missouri-Saint Louis (UMSL) and Professor Judy Ancel of University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) and that the class met every other Saturday for seven hours, including breaks. All of the classes were recorded and put on the class website. Since that time, an organization known as Insurgent Visuals has released videos of the class, which have gained considerable media attention. To be clear, I am not Insurgent Visuals, nor associated with them. I did not edit any videos or put them online. I did, however, download the original videos off of the class website and give them out in their entirety to a number of my friends in order to obtain other opinions on the propriety of what occurred in the class"
And of course the steps he thought he should take moving forward.
His conclusion and that of his friends was that:
"Professors Giljum and Ancel used a public university class to promote their own radical political opinions and organizations, and to train students and union members in negotiating tactics that are apparently illegal, and profoundly unethical. Their behavior was highly unprofessional and inappropriate, and the University of Missouri should simply admit that fact and take steps to ensure that classes are not taught in that way ever again."
You can read his whole story here. It is an eye opener and I highly recommend you take the time to read what is happening at our Universities.