Here is a challenge for any active witness who want to cause drama in his local congregation:
While out in service or having casual conversations, bring out the idea that women are inferior because of the size of their brain: but do not tell about this talk! After some time, when you can no longer avoid the elders who will want to meet with you, then bring up the fact that Samuel Hurd thought this at a Convention. If they ask about the video: “I found it on YouTube; I’ll expend on that later, right now, I want to focus on why you’re even here? What’s wrong with that teaching?”
They will probably try to dismiss it away saying “It could have been a slip of the tong from this brother while it is not actually endorsed by the society.” Then ask: “In our prayers, in our talks, in field service, in our literature, we accept that the Conventions are spiritual feast prepared by Jehovah.” Who am I, or who are you to pick and choose from that table? If the society does not endorse it, surely they will send a letter to the congregations who heard it. Heck, they can send a letter themselves to ask about it. If the society does not deem it important to rectify the teaching with the thousands of Christians who heard it, then why would you, the elders, cause issues with me for repeating it?