BPC Bulletin: Authors Protest Upcoming Speaking Event at Toronto Public Library - Part 2
The Toronto Public Library has permitted Meghan Murphy, a controversial feminist, to speak on October 29, 2019. However, a group of authors has launched a petition to protest the event.
In The Georgia Straight, Craig Takeuchi reports:
At CBC Radio’s As It Happens, Carol Off interviews Vickery Bowles, the chief librarian of the Toronto Public Library:
In The Globe and Mail, Marcus Gee comments:
In Toronto, City Councillor Gord Perks comments:
In The London Free Press, Lorrie Goldstein comments:
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