A Conversation with Louis Michael Seidman: Can Free Speech Be Progressive?
April 3, 2019 | 2:30PM | Hughes Formal Lounge
Louis Michael Seidman is the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional Law at Georgetown Law. Seidman spoke about his work, "Can Free Speech Be Progressive?," outlining his arguments and discussing the constitutionalization of free speech and the tension between property and speech.
The Spring 2019 Global Education Forum: "Hate Comes to Campus"
March 28, 2019 | 2:30PM | SVB 6th Floor
Join Shannon Gilreath, Ibram X. Kendi, and Lara Schwartz for a panel discussion on free speech and the future of the campus community.
Conviction and Authenticity in Political Communication: A Conversation with Tyler Lewis
March 6, 2019 | 11:30AM | MGC 200
Tyler Lewis is the Director of Coalition Communications and Research at The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. Lewis spoke about political communication, the importance of moral clarity and repetition, and the interplay between passion and anger.
Activism, Discourse, and Identity with “The Monopoly Man.”
November 1, 2018
Ian Madrigal (formerly Amanda Werner), an attorney and consumer advocate best known as “The Monopoly Man,” discussed the interplay of identity and discourse and how they use their voice and platform for activism.
Free Speech Isn't Free: A Conversation with Garrett Epps
October 17, 2018
Garrett Epps is a law professor at the University of Baltimore and a contributing editor for The Atlantic. Epps spoke about the complexity of free speech and the unequal burden it can present.
Diversity of Opinion and Campus Speech: A Conversation with Josh Blackman
September 27, 2018
Josh Blackman is a law professor at the South Texas College of Law and a Cato Institute Adjunct Scholar. Blackman spoke about the role that free speech plays in education and his own experience with being protested.