Seg. 1: Campus Free Speech | Seg. 2: Education On Autism
Segment 1: Protest at the University of Missouri - Kansas City highlighted struggle universities and their students face over First Amendment right to free speech.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City recently made headlines after an encounter between a protestor and guest speaker occurred on campus grounds. Two students present during the incident with opposite views shared a civil conversation about free speech, hate speech and where to draw the line.
- Seth Schribler, Chairman of Young Americans for Freedom
- Margaret Stansell, UMKC student and protest supporter
Segment 2, beginning at 25:45: Student teaches schoolmates about autism and inclusivity.
Nine-year old Mariah Turner, whose little brother has autism, presented her principal at Westridge Elementary with a plan to help educate students about the disorder. Mariah explained those ideas and how she and classmates were able to share information about autism with the school population.
- Maude Turner, mother of Mariah Turner
- Mariah Turner, 4th-grade student at Westridge Elementary School
- Matt Jones, principal at Westridge Elementary School