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College campuses across the country are wrestling with questions regarding the exercise of free speech. Whose voices must be heard? Do I have to disrupt the voices I don’t like or support? What happens when the words that are spoken hurt and cause pain?

 

In this panel discussion and workshop, we will wrestle with these issues-starting with the Constitutional mandate that establishes the letter of the law and progressing through current challenges to these principles.

 

Panelists:

 

Antonette Cordero

Chief of the Division of Legal Affairs for the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General

 

Camille Rich

Associate Provost for Faculty and Student Initiatives in the Social Sciences, USC

Faculty, USC Gould School of Law

 

Maurice L. Hudson

Lecturer/Field Instructor, USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

 

LaVonna Lewis (Moderator)

Professor and Director of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives, USC Price School

 

In addition, immediately after the panel, there will be a workshop training on how to be a legal observer for the protection of free speech, provided by a representative from the National Lawyers Guild.

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