Free speech at UW-Madison: 175 years of sifting and winnowing

Moderator: David Maraniss
Panelist: Jennifer Mnookin
Panelist: Paul Soglin
Panelist: Daniel Tokaji

Location: Shannon Hall in Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St.

The University of Wisconsin has been on the bleeding edge of debates about free speech for almost all of its 175 years. Hear an all-star panel including the university’s chancellor and law school dean plus the city’s longtime mayor (and a former campus protester) talk with Pulitzer Prize winner David Maraniss about the past and the future of freedom of expression.

Tickets: General Admission

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