Talking Dr. Seuss, Cancel Culture on 'Chicago Tonight'
March 17, 2021
S.T. Karnick joins PBS Chicago's flagship news program to discuss how six Dr. Seuss books are being pulled from circulation.
Heartland Institute Publications Director S.T. Karnick was invited on the flagship news program on Chicago's PBS station to talk about how beloved children's author Dr. Seuss is at the center of a cancel culture controversy over what some have characterized as racist depictions in many of his books and cartoons.