Host Leslie Rosenblood and Caroline Russell-King (https://carolinerussellking.com/) discuss the secular case for Bill 21, in the second instalment of a two-part series. Caroline describes the harms Bill 21 is intended to mitigate, and whether they justify the nontrivial limitations it places on religious expression. They discuss why Bill 21 has so split the secular community in Canada, and whether she sees any room for improvement.
Caroline is a playwright and an atheist/antitheist.
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