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FIRE President to Appear on ‘Stossel’ Tonight to Discuss Free Speech, ‘Grit’
FIRE President Greg Lukianoff will be featured on Fox Business Network's Stossel tonight at 9 p.m. Greg will address why colleges and universities need to honor free speech and how "being offended is a normal part of life ... and people need to get used to it."
Tonight's show is about "grit," which host John Stossel describes as "the stuff of life" and a requirement for "overcoming obstacles." For more details about the show, including a list of tonight's other guests, visit FoxBusiness.com.
For those who cannot catch tonight's show, it will re-air several times this weekend.
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