This is apparently part 1 of a documentary about the 2017 series of incidents at Washington's Evergreen State College. I've followed this story a good bit since it happened. If you're not familiar with (former) Evergreen biology professor Bret Weinstein's story and want a recap, I've added some supplemental links and footage below. If you're familiar with the story, the big question is how does something get to the point where students create a flash mob in a classroom against a professor, essentially take over a college, form crudely weaponized roaming parties, and hold a president "hostage" in a meeting? It seems like this documentary is attempting to find out how, via starting with campus events in 2015 and new equity policies being formed. A LOT of uncut presentations by Evergreen faculty at campus forums is presented in this lead up to where things eventually arrived. If you've noticed the rising reports of campus protests and incidents over the past few years, this documentary is definitely worth viewing. If you have followed the Evergreen-Weinstein topic over the past year and a half, this documentary is a wonderfully produced expose into the circumstances. Supplemental information: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/01/opinion/when-the-left-turns-on-its-own.html https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/16/us/evergreen-state-protests.html EDIT: This isn't specifically about Evergreen or Weinstein, but it is related to the topic overall: https://www.vox.com/2015/6/3/8706323/college-professor-afraid "I'm a liberal professor, and my liberal students terrify me" It got a decent amount of initial circulation when it was written in 2015, but it's particularly interesting to reread when you look at the timelines between this publication, and events happening at Evergreen by 2015.