Tag Archives: Free Speech

Podcast #89: To Bake Or Not To Bake

This month, the US Supreme Court will hear Masterpiece Cakeshop vs Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a case brought against baker Jack Phillips for refusing to craft a custom wedding cake for an engaged gay couple.

Joining the podcast today is Bradley Polumbo, a student at U of Massachusetts and a Young Voices Advocate. He wrote about the conundrum of this case in Spiked and came on to talk through the implications of the courts soon to be handed down ruling.

Podcast #84: Juggalos Fight For Freedom in DC

Lucy Steigerwald is an editor for Young Voices and also a witness to the strangest march on Washington in recent memory. Earlier this month, three thousand people who call themselves Juggalo’s descended on DC to march, protest and listen to music in spite of the FBI labeling them a gang. Lucy joins the podcast today to tell about what she saw, explain the free speech debate around the event and also chatter about recent happenings with Young Voices Advocates.

Follow Lucy on Twitter at @LucyStag and Stephen @Stephen_Kent89

Liz Wolfe talks terror and political speech live from the NYSE with Cheddar TV

Watch the whole interview HERE

Illinois Senate has passed a resolution to label white nationalism and neo-Nazism as threats, with the potential to be catalysts for domestic terrorism. This resolution could have unintended consequences, though. Liz Wolfe, managing editor at Young Voices, joins us to break down the legislation, and how millennials speak about free speech.