The USC chapter of Young Americans for Freedom organized the event Thursday.
The “Say NO to Shapiro!” rally featured speakers from various student groups.
Esmeralda Bermudez reflected on her personal experience with language and discrimination.
Kersti Kaljulaid addressed Estonia’s e-identity and the integration of technology.
Panelists spoke about how movements like #MeToo have shaped politics.
All-women contestants solved food waste and educational engagement problems.
Students for Justice in Palestine expressed concerns over location restrictions for protesting.
The journalist talked about his experience in the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant.
Entertainment, journalism professionals address #TimesUp movement.
A widely shared social media statement said Shapiro’s presence on campus posed a threat to minority groups.