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Gen Z Life is Packed with Self-Censorship

Aryaan Misra on the double lives of 20-somethings

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Courtney and me with Cornell students after a campus screening and Q&A

Now onto today’s DVD Extra …

He sees it all the time in the classroom and online.

He turned to it to avoid Twitter blowback and visa hassles.

It almost prevented him from participating in The Coddling movie. After all, you don’t want to hurt your chances of getting into the right grad school.

In today’s DVD extra, Aryaan Misra explains how the lives of Gen Zers are packed with self-censorship. 


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