Controversy erupts when the university's Black Student Union arranges a speaking engagement for Roland Turner, a respected leader who has made anti-Semitic remarks. Jewish student leaders do not want to allow him to speak, as they believe this will encourage hatred and intolerance. Student senator Janice Williams insists that Turner's message actually centers on unity. Brandon endures criticism when he postpones the vote on the issue. Andrea joins the protest and accuses Brandon of selling out to salvage his political career. Jesse tells Andrea that he respects her passion for the cause, but accuses her of being narrow-minded. A bomb threat is called in to the school, and someone paints swastikas on the outside of the Jewish student union. Andrea's grandmother encourages her to listen to what Turner has to say, and they sit with Janice at the speech. A conversation with Andrea prompts David to reflect on his faith. He attends the candlelight protest outside the auditorium. Kelly's magazine shoot is postponed by the chaos, but she learns that she may make the cover. Val disposes of Dylan's drug stash, then inadvertently tells his dealer that he is in the hospital. The man warns Dylan not to mention his name to the cops. Donna's plans to throw a party for Ray's 25th birthday fall apart, but he prefers the intimate dinner they spend together. Music: 'Saturday' by Omar.