JUN 28, 2020
Anthony Kronman, the former dean of Yale Law School, thinks colleges have gone overboard in their quests for equality. Instead of burying the bits of our country’s history that are embarrassing or imperfect, students should be toughening their skins. Kronman had a Yale colleague resign over emails about Halloween costumes. He doesn’t see this as free speech being squashed but rather as it being a threat to our democracy.
Doors at 6pm with Morsels, music and cash bar.
General Admission: $16
Premium Reserved: $26
Premium Reserved with pre-event reception and book: $75
Pre-event reception at location to be announced.
Student Tickets: $5
PerformancesSunday, June 28, 2020 - 7:00pm
This event was made possible by: Sustaining Sponsor: Cordia; Season Sponsor: Rehmann; Event Sponsor: Traverse Children’s Advocacy Center; Grantors: Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts; Media Sponsors: Midwest Broadcasting Co., Traverse City Record-Eagle, Northern Express, Interlochen Public Radio, WNMC.