Speech that offends but does not interfere with another’s right of participation should be met with argument and dialogue, not silencing.
Chris Hedges discusses cancel culture with Dan Kovalik, author and Associate Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh. Dan Kovalik is the author of Cancel This Book: The Progressive Case Against Culture.
Dan Kovalik has been a labor and human rights lawyer since graduating from Columbia Law School in 1993. He has represented plaintiffs in ATS cases arising out of egregious human rights abuses in Colombia. He received the David W. Mills Mentoring Fellowship from Stanford Law School, has written extensively for the Huffington Post and Counterpunch, and has lectured throughout the world.
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Excerpt: Cancel culture individualist struggle is about white folks becoming less racist instead of working together for real social change,