‘Bipartisan free speech panel’ disrupted by over 100 Yale Law School students

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Late last week, a panel pertaining to free speech issues and civil liberties was disrupted by more than 100 Yale Law School students, who at one point caused police to have to escort the panelists out of the building.

A panel was held at the school on March 10, hosted by the Yale Federalist Society, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

The panel featured Monica Miller of the progressive American Humanist Association, as well as Kristen Waggoner of the conservative nonprofit Alliance Defending Freedom.

A member of the Federalist Society told the Free Beacon that the purpose of the panel was to illustrate that a liberal atheist and a conservative Christian could find common ground on free speech issues.

“It was pretty much the most innocuous thing you could talk about,” he added.

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