The Case for Free Speech in the Digital Age, The Children Growing Up in a Divided Chelsea

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An elderly Chinese man holds up a newspaper with the front-page of Chinese new year near other one which reads: "Egypt's disturbances may upset Mideast situation" at a newsstand in Beijing.

Historian and Oxford University professor Timothy Garton Ash argues that free speech is essential to our survival in the digital age. The HBO film "Class Divide," directed by Marc Levin, explores the effects of gentrification and rising economic inequality in a NYC neighborhood. Nobu Adilman and Daveed Goldman, the creative directors of Toronto-based singing group, “Choir! Choir! Choir!” talk about their non-traditional, inclusive approach to choral singing. Aviation journalist Christine Negroni investigates the causes of historical and modern airplane crashes.