First Amendment and Hate Speech Debate
The National Constitution Center co-hosted a debate in Chicago with the Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society on the… read more
The National Constitution Center co-hosted a debate in Chicago with the Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society on the First Amendment and hate speech, both on college campuses and online. Speakers included law professors, First Amendment scholars and authors from around the country. The audience voted before and after the debate on whether colleges should be able to ban hate speech. close
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Susan Benesch Director Harvard University Center for Internet and Society->"Dangerous Speech Project"
Khaled Beydoun Columnist Al Jazeera English
Eric A. Posner Professor University of Chicago Law School
Jeffrey Rosen President and CEO National Constitution Center
Geoffrey R. Stone Distinguished Service Professor University of Chicago Law School
Keith Whittington Professor Princeton University->Politics
- Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy StudiesFederalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies
- National Constitution CenterNational Constitution Center
- American Constitution Society for Law and PolicyAmerican Constitution Society for Law and Policy
Princeton professor Keith Whittington discussed free speech on college campuses.
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