CERL Virtual Book Talk - Dare to Speak

1.5 ethics credits

Dare to Speak: Defending Free Speech for All

by Suzanne Nossel who will be joined by:

Professor Claire Finkelstein - WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS
Ms. Arlene Fickler - Moderator
Dr. Sigal Ben-Porath - Special Commentator

Join us as we drill down to uncover:

  • Avoiding self-censoring ideas
  • Defending the right to express unpopular views
  • Protesting without silencing speech

“Can a sincere, thoughtful book with some nuggets of practical advice resolve our infinite wars over free speech that sometimes devolve from juvenile name-calling to actual violence….Nossel reiterates our long-standing commitment to free speech and offers some wholesome advice, which may be just what we need. Instead of less debate, we need wide conversation to lead us toward the truth in the marketplace of ideas.”— Roy S. Gutterman for The Washington Post

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University of Pennsylvania Law School
University of Pennsylvania Law School

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