Larry H. Miller met with students and faculty that opposed him speaking at the U yesterday. One thing that particularly grabbed my attention:
"In 2006, it's wrong that they have to live in that fear," he said about the stories he heard during the meeting.
But the only way that we can stop living in fear is if we are accepted and not marginalized.
I only hope that Miller truly feels remorse and has truly had a change of heart.
"Maybe their well-being trumps my beliefs, my rights to express myself."
Is this something he really believes?