In the Reverse Q&A Tour, Peter visited universities with his film team. He listened to student experiences with Critical Social Justice on campus and in the classroom, ran Street Epistemology exercises, and taught students how to speak across ideological divides.
We visited seven universities; however, Yaleand Brown administrators blocked our student hosts. In place of these canceled events, we added Reverse Q&A’s at Portland State University and the University of Oregon.
Woke in Plain English
In brief one-minute videos, Woke in Plain English translates terms from wokish into plain English. Peter unpacks terms like, “Diversity,” “Equity,” “Inclusion,” “White Fragility,” and “Rape Culture.”
A Deep Dive into Decolonization
In these brief videos, Dr. Bruce Gilley, currently the most hated man at Portland State University, explores what decolonization is and what it means when someone says they want to “decolonialize” schools, curricula, and institutions.
Reporting on Antifa
Author and journalist Nancy Rommelmann shares her insights from years of reporting on antifa.
This five-episode series is a fresh take on NPR’s “All Things Considered.” It analyzes the bias and absurdity of many NPR stories, has a Reverse Pledge drive that asks listeners to stop donating to NPR, shares testimonials from former NPR listener and employees, and offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the inner workings of NPR. You can even buy All Things Reconsidered merchandise at our cost!
The Gift of Violence
Authorand 5th-degree jiu-jitsu black belt Matt Thornton speaks candidly about violence, Antifa, and BLM. Rarely will you hear someone so knowledgeable speak with such clarity on these complex topics.
Wake up to Woke
Jodi Shaw, a former Smith College employee, talks about what happened to her at Smith and why it is so important to speak up when faced with injustice.