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Published on Mar 23, 2017
Jordan Peterson offers incredibly important advice on the appropriate way to respond to tense situations with disruptive protestors - advice that was quite literally lost in the noise of the nonstop protest that shut down an event focused (ironically) on the subject of political correctness & free speech.
Other topics were touched on, both during the official event and the unofficial talk he gave outside. I've omitted much of that, partly because they've been covered in his other talks, but mainly because I wanted to focus on the strategic issue of how to deal with protests/silencing/no-platforming, which doesn't get enough air time.
McMaster University - March 21, 2017 Event: "Drawing the Line: an open discourse on political correctness and freedom of speech" Organized by Overcome The Gap
Jordan Peterson's own edited coverage of the event (which includes Steve Hanson's 3-part outdoor segment, the Studio Brule footage, and several other clips recorded I believe by members of Overcome The Gap): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1P_1...