Right outside of Palms Quad there’s a free speech thing, but, as you can see, uh…. [gestures around]Continue reading
You know, like I said. If someone’s violating the law here, and creating a dangerous situation by, uh, physically disrupting the students or faculty, that’s one thing, we deal with that….
But if it’s, even this gnat, we will allow this gnat to….
…as long as it’s legal and non-obstructive in terms of people getting in and out of buildings. We tend to promote free speech. And if we don’t, we’ll pay the price for it later.He thanked Erin for the invitation.
We actually encourage free discussion and debate. Besides, I’m a sociologist. We can take what everyone knows and put them into four different kinds of perspectives and lenses just to do battle with each other.
VSU students, staff, and faculty who want their next president to hold positions like that on free speech might want to get involved with selection of the next VSU president.
Here’s the video:
We tend to promote free speech.
Information and Organization,
General Assembly, Occupy Valdosta (OV),
Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia, 27 October 2011.
Videos by John S. Quarterman for LAKE, the Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange.
- Sunday 30 October 2011 12:30-3:30PM: General Assembly at the MLK Memorial
- Friday 4 November 2011 9AM-3PM: Voting Booth Basics at Goodwill Career Center
- Friday 11 November 2011 (date to be confirmed): Showing the movie Inside Job in November, prob. at VSU University Center.
- Friday 18 November 2011 (date to be confirmed): Teach-in with professors, students, and members of the community.