Heralding the First Amendment, proponents of free speech champion the right to expression unencumbered by government intervention. But is freedom of expression absolute and limitless? Should we be free to use words with the intention to harm? Should some words remain unspoken, or does this mind-set lead us to the path of censorship?
Philip Gourevitch0 Items
- Editor of the Paris Review and a long-time staff writer for the New Yorker
Christopher Hitchens0 Items
- British author, journalist, literary critic and public intellectual who is often described as a âcontrarian"
Signe Wilkinson0 Items
- Editorial Cartoonist for the Philadelphia Daily News
David Cesarani0 Items
- Research Professor in History at Royal Holloway, University of London
Daisy Khan0 Items
- Executive Director of the American Society for Muslim Advancement
Mari Matsuda0 Items
- Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and an activist scholar who brings in the outsidersâ perspective