We've reported this week on the anti-Semitic outburst by designer John Galliano in Paris. That outburst could cost him up to six months in prison and some $31,000 in fines if he's convicted. French law allows for the prosecution of "public insults" based on religion, race, ethnicity or national origin. Charles Asher Small — who founded the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Anti-Semitism — joins host Melissa Block to talk about the many countries that have similar prohibitions on hate speech.
Comparing Hate Speech Laws In The U.S. And Abroad
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