The growing threat to free speech on college campuses and society at large is probed in “No Safe Spaces,” a film starring Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager to be released in theaters in September.
The clip above was provided exclusively to WND by the film’s producers.
Carolla is host of the world’s No. 1 podcast, and Prager is known for his radio show, columns and PragerU, which itself has been the target of censorship for its politically incorrect views.
In the film, Prager and Carolla visit college campuses across the country and interview students and professors, comedians and commentators on the left and right. Some have been victims of censorship.
The film also features dramatic and comedic recreations of life-shaping moments in the lives of Prager and Carolla, including Prager’s visit to the Soviet Union.
The film project began in 2017 with an Indiegogo campaign that raised $684,684.
“Entitled snowflakes on college campuses raging and screaming every time they encounter an idea they disagree with,” the film’s Indiegogo page said. “These stories might be somewhat amusing if they weren’t such a dangerous indication of what’s to come. Trigger warnings, micro-aggressions, the suppression of free speech, and other illogical ideas born on campuses are proliferating and spreading out into the real world.
“Today’s campus snowflake is tomorrow’s teacher, judge, or elected official,” it said. “And if that doesn’t scare you, maybe you should reconsider. No matter where you live or what you do, if you don’t think they way they do, they will attempt to silence and punish you.”
See the trailer: