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Critical Race Theory | What the Polls Say | Arjun Moorthy | The Factual
Arjun Moorthy of The Factual shares a recent poll on the teaching of critical race theory in public schools. In this episode, we explore the nuanced stances on the subject that don't make it to the top of your social media feed.
Critical Race Theory: What Critics and Supporters Get Wrong | Amna Khalid
Amna Khalid of Carleton College discusses growing up in a country where freedom of speech was restricted, how she saw similar efforts to shut down certain types of thought upon arriving in America, and how our biggest mistake is teaching our children what to think, rather than how to think.
What is Critical Race Theory and Why Are We Fighting About It? | Jean Beaman
Jean Beaman of UC Santa Barbara discusses what, exactly, is Critical Race Theory, why it elicits such an emotional response, and how the open discussion of the flaws in America's history and those who founded it can reveal a path for modern-day Americans to build a more just society.
Tech Censorshjp (4 of 4) | Arjun Moorthy.| The Factual
Arjun Moorthy from The Factual shares polling from his site around the issue of tech regulation and tech censorship, and enters into a larger discussion around how monetary policy and a focus on engagement above all make social media a less pleasant place to be.
TECH CENSORSHIP (Part 3 of 4) - Denise Howell
Technology lawyer Denise Howell discusses the current laws regulating how tech companies moderate content, the 100+ laws being drafted to alter that, and how everyone misunderstands the First Amendment.
Tech Censorship (Part 2 of 4) | Ben Studebaker
Political theorist and YDHTY favorite, Ben Studebaker, discusses how the debate around regulating social media is part of a larger pattern the government has used to remove ideas it finds threatening from public discourse since the Cold War.