Wood here is the creator. Teytelman is the would-be destroyer. He could work with people sympathetic to his view to hold an alternate conference.
The video was developed in an ingenious way by its creator, writer, and animator. And who is that? I can’t share that information with you.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education is out now with a new report. It’s their yearly analysis of speech codes.
“Diversity and doubt produce creativity; we must make room for them,” according to Jerry Ravetz.
This proposed law largely echoes the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment on free speech (including on religious matters).