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Rethinking 'the erosion of academic freedom' on the eve of Israeli Apartheid Week
Cynthia Wright, interviewed by Candace Mooers
 Candace  Contact Contributor
Feb. 24, 2010, 7:45 p.m.
Academic-activist Cynthia Wright discusses: the context of renewed interest in the concept of academic freedom, its historical roots, how academic freedom is tied to the regulation of Israeli Apartheid speech on Canadian campuses, and how academic freedom must be reconceptualized and reconnected to broader social movements such as education not deportation campaigns, off-campus debate of colonialism and occupations, etc.
Recorded for News Now on CHRY 105.5 FM, York University
Recorded 24 February 2010

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