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Aug 04

How to Be a Better Advocate for Freedom on Your Campus

Co-hosted by the National Review Institute 

College students today face a university environment that is largely hostile to the principles of a free society. University administrators prevent student groups from inviting conservative speakers, and liberal professors and students actively work to silence anyone who dares to utter a conservative opinion in the classroom or on campus. College campuses should be places where ideas can be discussed and debated freely, not laboratories of liberal indoctrination.

Join the Heritage Foundation and National Review Institute on Thursday, August 4, for a panel discussion on “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 advocate for freedom. Lunch will be provided at the conclusion of the event.

National Review Institute was founded by William F. Buckley Jr. in 1991 to engage in policy development, public education, and advocacy that would advance the principles he championed and complement the mission of National Review magazine.

More About the Speakers

Tyler Castle
Manager, Academic Programs and Values & Capitalism Project, American Enterprise Institute

Nate Mills
Campus Outreach and Programs Officer, National Review Institute

Chesterton Cobb
Regional Director, Student Programs and Outreach, Intercollegiate Studies Institute

Lauren McCue
Program Officer, Chapter Services, Young America’s Foundation

Hosted by
Helena Richardson
Director, Young Leaders Program, The Heritage Foundation