The joint event between Bucknell Conservatives Club, Bucknell College Republicans, and YAL at Bucknell began the night before D’Souza’s talk with a showing of his latest movie, America: Imagine the World Without Her.
D’Souza argued that the most important type of diversity is diversity of thought. “Diversity is not about race, gender, or sexual orientation; those are the most inessential, unimportant aspects of diversity. […] They should be prisms through which we view the entire world.”
Mr. D’Souza brought a viewpoint much different than the one many professors espouse here at Bucknell, and the talk was a great success. View his full talk on YouTube.Published in