City Visions: Host Joseph Pace examines the tensions between free speech and University of California anti-discrimination policies.
Last month, the UC Regents approved a document condemning "anti-Semitic forms" of anti-Zionism. Does a document like this effectively curb free speech, or is it a necessary check against discrimination? What is happening on UC campuses to make the Regents feel this mostly symbolic gesture is necessary?
Producer: Wendy Holcombe