Ayaan speaks with Jason Hill about free speech, immigration, and the power of individual agency. While they question the woke’s focus on equity and victimhood, above all, they are optimistic about the resilience of young people and the American determination to solve problems.
Jason D. Hill is a professor of Philosophy at DePaul University and an Honors Distinguished Faculty member. He specializes in ethics, political philosophy, moral psychology, and U.S. foreign policy.
He is the author of five books, including the bestselling We Have Overcome: An Immigrant’s Letter to the American People (Bombardier Books, 2018) and What Do White Americans Owe Black People? Racial Justice in the Age of Post Oppression (Bombardier Books, October 2021).
He is a columnist for several news media including THE HILL, The Federalist, Salon Magazine, Commentary magazine, The American Mind, American Greatness, and FrontPage Magazine.
Follow him on Twitter at @JasonDHill6.
- American Values
- Freedom of speech
- Immigration & Integration
- Race & America
- Rule of law