Monday, March 2, 2009

SFL Conference Covered by Oregon Catalyst

Kurt Weber of the State Policy Network had some good things to say about the 2nd Annual International Students for Liberty Conference, at which he spoke on the Social Change Panel. As he writes in the blog Oregon Catalyst:

Last weekend, 200 of these college revolutionaries gathered in Washington, D.C. to talk first principles, solutions, how to effect social change and the Constitution. They did not speak of partisan politics. I spoke as a panelist there and, a life-long activist myself, was so impressed by their professionalism, energy, optimism and politeness that upon returning home I sent them a contribution. Oregon students interested in turning the tide should contact them to organize local chapters.

If you'd like to support Students for Liberty as well, you can do so here.

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