On January 7th, two gunmen entered the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people. The reported reasoning for the attacks is an image published by Charlie Hebdo portraying the Islamic Prophet Muhammad injured in a wheelchair. This spurred conversations of freedom of speech across the world.

We brought Jenny Robb of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, and Lindsey Ritchey, who studied abroad in Paris, France, at the time of the attacks, into the Lantern TV studio for a conversation on what it was like to be in Paris at the time of the terrorist attack, ethics, and the status of international free speech. Tune in for an in-depth discussion on the Charlie Hebdo tragedy.