We made a big mistake. But it was realized and handled effectively.
It seems to me that there are ways of protesting that make it clear what you are protesting is the content of Peterson’s views not his right to express them.
"You cannot draw a parallel between state sponsored policing of thought and the right for free citizens to protest ideologies they disagree with."
I expected a few fragile social justice warriors to start crying when they announced that Peterson was coming, so an article condemning him is no surprise.
"When the expression of one individual poses an active danger to the security of another, we as citizens are responsible for the defence of the marginalized."
I do not doubt that Mr. Orbach-Miller is qualified for this position, I do however question whether the student population believes he has a role to play within the USC Executive.
These organizations and their members do not belong at a march that is dedicated to protecting the rights of women, because they actively advocate to take women’s rights away.