Young Americans For Liberty September Report
Activism; Posted on: 2009-10-06 18:18:42 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
Dear supporter of liberty,
The campuses are on fire for liberty right now, just as the ‘Obamamania’ youth are quieting down.
Please jump to the bottom of this page to read the accomplishments of our YAL chapters (September 2009). I’m extraordinarily grateful and proud of our successes.
If you are able, please donate generously. Your sustained support keeps the future of liberty bright.
Summary of September 2009 Accomplishments:
* 48 YAL chapters participated in Constitution Day
* Hosted first Student Town Hall w/ Rep. Paul and Rep. Bachmann
* Published 3rd issue of Young American Revolution
* More than 50 student leaders trained at the Youth Leadership School
* YAL chapter stories from across the country
Here is a listing of more YAL chapter that participated in Constitution Day [via Campus Reform]:
Continue to see photos and more.
- Indiana University. IU Young Americans for Liberty passed out Constitutions to students and had an "Unconstitutional Guerilla Gorilla" steal the constitutions back. Video of call out meeting before Constitution Day.
- Quinnipiac University. The Young Americans for Liberty chapter, Quinnipiac Libertarians,Free Food, Not Free Speech.” gathered students together to sign their 1st Amendment Rights away in order to receive free lunch at an event titled “
- Arizona State University. ASU Young Americans for Liberty
hosted a speaker, Nick Dranias, the Director of Center for
Constitutional Government at the Goldwater Institute, and handed out
Constitutions who spoke on the 10th Amendment.
- University of New Hampshire. UNH Young Americans for Liberty's “Constitutional Experience Board”
provided students an outlet to list thoughts of the Constitution and
Bill of Rights and any experiences they have had of liberties being
violated. Complementary Constitutions were also handed out.
- California State University-Fullerton. CSUF Young Americans for Liberty
will be hosting speaker, Dr. John Eastman, Dean of Chapman University
School of Law and handing out Constitutions. Due to scheduling
conflicts, the event will be held next week.
- Eastern Michigan University. EMU Young Americans for Liberty handed out Constitutions and conducted Patriotic Street Theater.
- Marquette University. MU Young Americans for Liberty tabled and handed out Constitutions to students. Click here to see their video.
- Michigan State University. MSU Young Americans for Liberty passed out Constitutions to students.
- Purdue University. Purdue Young Americans for Liberty hosted a student debate, called “Freedom Forum.”
- Rutgers University. RU Young Americans for Liberty wrote the Constitution out on the sidewalk, gave Constitutions to students, and quizzed students over the Bill of Rights.
- Southern Polytechnic State University. SPSU Young Americans for Liberty handed out fliers and discussed Constitutional principles with students.
- State University of New York College at Buffalo. SUNYB Young Americans for Liberty tabled on campus and passed out Constitutions to students.
- Texas State University. TSU Young Americans for Liberty - Distributed fliers and Constitutions to students.
- University of Houston. UH Young Americans for Liberty tabled and handed out Constitutions to students.
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. UIUC Young Americans for Liberty handed out fliers and Constitutions to students.
- University of North Carolina-Wilmington. UNCW Young Americans for Liberty tabled and handed out Constitutions to students. Click here to see their video.
- University of Rhode Island. URI Young Americans for Liberty provided students a mock-situation
to teach them their rights as a driver and a pedestrian in a police
situation; in addition, they handed out complimentary Constitutions to
- University of Southern California. USC Young Americans for Liberty handed out Constitutions to students.
- University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. UWSP Young
Americans for Liberty handed out pocket Constitutions out every day
last week and engaged their classmates through open discussions about
the loss of our freedoms in this nation.
- Washington University. WashU Young Americans for Liberty provided students complimentary Constitutions and answered questions pertaining to liberty and the Constitution.
- Western Carolina University. WCU Young Americans for Liberty held a panel discussion at the university and gave complimentary Constitutions to students.
- University of Wisconsin-Madison. UWM Young Americans for Liberty tabled, chalked sidewalks with Constitutional phrases, and handed out Constitutions to students. Video of Constitution Day activities.
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