At this celebration of radical free speech, Gail Schechter will argue for the continuing relevance of Gandhian and Kingian nonviolence. This is her second "debate." Her first, in 2015, was entitled, “The Chicago Region as the Picture of Dorian Gray; or the Co-Dependency of Winnetka and Englewood and Why We Should Care," which she re-worked as an essay, The Suburbs as Dorian Gray: Segregation and Why We Should Care.
30th anniversary of the "modern" Bughouse Square debates!
WHEN: Sat., July 30, 2016, Noon to 4 pm
WHERE: Washington Square Park (a.k.a., Bughouse Square), 901 North Clark St., across from the Newberry
Free and open to the public; no registration required.