Please come join me for a bit of speaking and discussion at Yale University on February 7. The event is free and open to the public.
My speech is part of Yale’s Macmillan Center for Global Justice Program, and I’ll kick off this semester’s slate of speakers. The event will be held in the ground-floor seminar room at 230 Prospect Street beginning at 4:30 pm. No advance tickets or reservations needed.
I’ll offer some thoughts on whistleblowing, my own case as well as those of Manning and Snowden, leading into wider reflections on Iraq, the First Amendment, and what options exist from inside government when one deeply disagrees with specific policies.
Kinda timely stuff.
There will be open discussion and plenty of time for questions. Those who oppose free speech are also welcome to come and punch me in the head.
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