Can Online Shaming Make The World a Better Place? Cancel Culture Gets Taken Off The Table

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Good Morning Britain published this video item, entitled “Can Online Shaming Make The World a Better Place? Cancel Culture Gets Taken Off The Table” – below is their description.

Julie Adenuga is joined by former Love Islander Kaz Kamwi, comedian and radio presenter James Barr and former Apprentice contestant and columnist Ryan-Mark Parsons to debate cancel culture. They talk about public shaming, trolling and your right to offend or be offended.

This is Off The Table where we debate some of the most important issues affecting young people today.

Broadcast on 28/10/21

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