Freedom of Speech and Dissenting Opinions

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Zachary R. Wood is known for his dynamic perspective on free speech, race, and dissenting opinions. Wood entered the national spotlight while a senior at Williams College, where he acted as president of the student group Uncomfortable Learning. Wood strengthened the group’s commitment to inviting speakers with controversial perspectives to speak freely on the college’s campus. Wood is an activist for free speech and a firm believer that civil debate is a crucial part of one’s education. He recently testified before the United States Senate on the necessity of ensuring that college campuses allow for a variety of viewpoints.
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Private music lessons and all group classes listed on this site will meet virtually using the online live video learning platform called ZOOM. A secure "invitation to class" will be emailed to you after you register and before the day of the first class. In accordance with the Lexington Public Schools, the Lexington Community Education physical office will be closed until (at least) 5/4/20. For more information, or general questions please email us at LCE@lexingtonma.org