Ready to represent? Use these resources from Students For Liberty to bring the ideas of liberty onto your campus today. In addition to specific activism resources, we're making these classic SFL posters and Dr. Tom G. Palmer's Self Control or State Control available year-round for pro-liberty activists. Order yours today!

 

SHOW OFF YOUR LIBERTY


Peace, Love, Liberty. It's an SFL motto that encapsulates the character of Students For Liberty's network, and our leaders. Rather than trying to force pro-freedom ideas on people, we seek to show them the clear advantages of a libertarian society. Freedom is naturally appealing, and every day is an opportunity to lead by example – these posters can help!

Most people say "Don't Tread on Me" – at SFL we say "Don't Tread on Anyone" – meaning that the liberty of others affects our own rights and freedoms. The more we tolerate others' individuality and rights, the more they will tolerate ours. And everyone's better off in a free and respectful society. Order your "Don't Tread" poster now!



 
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WHO SHOULD DETERMINE
THE COURSE OF OUR LIVES?


There is no shortage of people who aim to control others, imposing their will and restricting choice through the force of government.

A new book edited by the Atlas Network's Dr. Tom G. Palmer, Self-Control or State Control? explains how choosing personal responsibility allows us to regain control over our own lives.

 
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MOVIE SCREENINGS


Movie screenings are a cost-effective way to educate your campus community about pro-liberty issues in a relaxed and fun way. Check out some of these screening opportunities from the Free to Choose Network, Flex Your Rights, and the Moving Picture Institute as possibilities for your next film screening!"


 
 
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