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August 23, 2016

Get $250 to Get Out The Liberty!

Some students want to “get out the vote.” They are happy to maintain the status quo: the “choice” between parties that mirror each other in so many ways. Students For Liberty wants to […]
April 25, 2016

Deadline Approaching: Speak Freely Activism Grants

How often have we heard it now? “Our goal was to disrupt the event.” “Free speech =/= Hate speech” “I don’t want to debate. I want to talk about my pain.” To […]
April 15, 2016

Request a Free Speech Challenge Kit Today!

As part of SFL’s #SpeakFreely campaign for free speech, we are offering students to opportunity to host a Free Speech Challenge on campus. How does hosting a Free Speech Challenge work? Set up […]
April 12, 2016

STRIVE Shares Humanity at the College of Charleston

The Syrian refugee crisis is often considered the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II and, with migration this large, the European Union has had to quickly find solutions to handle a […]
March 17, 2016

Apply for a Share Humanity Activism Grant Before March 31st

Around the world, politicians continue to argue about immigration. That’s well and fine; there are legitimate questions to ask. But, these questions are no excuse to stop citizens from reaching out to refugees […]
March 10, 2016

Syrian Refugees & Terrorism: A Warped Perception of a Real Crisis

If my mother had not left Thailand during the Vietnam War and sought refuge in Canada, she would be living a very different life right now. Without the opportunity to build a […]
March 8, 2016

My Family’s Refugee Story

“We should embrace those fleeing Islamic terrorism just as we did those fleeing communism.” Imagine yourself in a different country. You have few possessions and do not speak the local language. How uncertain […]
March 4, 2016

Share Humanity: A Classical Liberal Case for Accepting Refugees

Following over 10 years of regional instability and conflict, the world is now watching a horrifying crisis unfold in Syria and neighboring countries. Over 4 million people have fled in an attempt […]
October 15, 2015

Not Just a Gun: Classical Liberalism and the Right to Self Defense

Emotions run high around the issue of gun control, and with good reason. Gun violence is indeed tragic. Overshadowed by the grim context of mass shootings, or more personal tragedies like suicides […]