TEDx MSU Denver: The freedom of hate speech
WATCH: Communications Prof. Katia Campbell reimagines the responsibilities and consequences of free speech in America.
EDITOR’S NOTE JUNE 8, 2020: In response to the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the subsequent protests across the country, Katia Campbell, Ph.D., along with Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Dialogues Program is launching a series of panel conversations called, “How Do We Talk About Race?”
The series of conversations kicks off June 12, with a livestream panel of Black scholars from across the University. It will be free and open to the public at msudenver.edu/livestream. Watch the free-speech scholar’s TEDx talk below and then tune in to the livestream to learn more.
Metropolitan State University of Denver partnered with TEDx Cherry Creek to present TEDx MSU Denver 2019 on Sept. 12. In the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading,” RED is broadcasting the big ideas MSU Denver thought leaders shared.
Here, Katia Campbell, Ph.D., an associate professor in MSU Denver’s Department of Communication Studies reimagines the responsibilities and consequences of free speech in America so that we critically interrogate the validity of all ideas and privilege reason and argument alongside civil dialogue.