Is Social Justice a Cultural Revolution Reboot? Simon Chen is a medical pathologist whose family immigrated to Canada after witnessing the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Recently, he read an article in the New England Journal of Medicine by a white woman confessing her privilege and subtle acts of racism, and it eerily reminded him of the confession his grandfather wrote before being executed during China’s Cultural Revolution. We talk about the similarities between Mao’s movement and the radical strains of current progressivism, and speak about how to avoid repeating the worst parts of history. Evergreen College, A case study Part one of a three-part series of short films about Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying's harrowing experience at Evergreen State College. The Rise of VICTIMHOOD Culture on Campus - Seeing People as GOOD or EVIL Jonthan Haidt discusses modern society's transition from an honor culture to a dignity culture, and now to a new victimhood culture, and its profound impact on people raised in such an environment.