COVID Censorship

From Stephen Blackwood: Talking and understanding things together is the only means we have to meaningfully make incremental changes to the world we live in...(It's) the fundamental principal of why freedom of speech matters... Speech is the fundamental means we have to share what we think we understand about the world with each other. And so the suppression of speech results in the alienation of us from our most critical capacity to engage the world both individually and together. 

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  • Susan Aquino
    published this page in Opinion Blog 2021-04-19 22:22:32 -0700