Sea Change, See Change is an art exhibit that brings awareness to the health of the oceans and is on display now at Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, Connecticut. WSHU’s Sabrina Garone spoke with local artist Matt Wood, about how art can capture feelings about climate change.
Three protesters, including two Gateway Community College students, were detained after advocating for a ceasefire in Gaza during a campus visit from Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont and acting U.S. Secretary of Labor Julie Su on Thursday.
Students in Connecticut have faced insults, threats, and even violence as reported cases of Islamophobia and antisemitism rise on campus. But experts posit that some threats come from far outside of the communities being targeted. And they encourage students to use that perspective to open dialogue with one another, despite their differences.
As presidents of major universities in the country come under fire for inadequate responses to hate speech on campus, students question where free speech ends and unprotected speech begins. Experts define hate speech, threats, and more.