Sacred Tension: Examining Wokeness and Evergreen State College with Benjamin Boyce

In this episode of Sacred Tension I speak with podcaster and youtuber Benjamin Boyce about “wokeness” and the events that took place at Evergreen State College in 2017. He is part of a growing movement of centrists and liberals who object to the current woke movement, and are worried about its implications for the future. 

You can find Benjamin’s YouTube channel here.  

Watch Mike Nayna’s documentary about Evergreen State college here

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3 thoughts on “Sacred Tension: Examining Wokeness and Evergreen State College with Benjamin Boyce

  1. I really appreciate your willingness and interest and risk-taking in having a conversation with someone who holds views strongly at odds with your political leanings. These kinds of conversations, both in listening and willingness to push back with respect, are crucial for our times. Good stuff.


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