July 25, 2017 Impacting Culture: How to Be a Better Advocate for Freedom on Your Campus
Co-hosted by the National Review Institute
College students today face an environment that is largely hostile to the principles of a free society. University administrators prevent student groups from inviting speakers that oppose their academic orthodoxy and relegate freedom of expression to designated areas. Campus culture more often reflects an echo chamber than a marketplace of ideas. What can students do to affect this kind of culture and put the healthy exchange of ideas back in the center of the university?
Join the Heritage Foundation and National Review Institute on Tuesday, July 25, for a panel discussion on “Impacting Culture: How to Be a Better Advocate for Freedom on Your Campus.” Our distinguished panelists will show you practical, easy ways that you can be a more effective and persuasive influencer of culture and advocate for freedom. Lunch will be provided at the conclusion of the event.
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